The Floersheim Haggadah - Europe 16th Century (Hardcover with Slipcase)
Enrich your collection of Passover Haggadahs with this one-of-a-kind Haggadah from the Israel Museum collection:
- Arriving in a deluxe hardcover book, this work is a facsimilie of a 16th century German Haggadah, including the traditional Hebrew text alongside artistic imagery.
- Comes with a booklet that provides both a detailed historical background as well as explanatory notes about the Haggadah's artwork.
- Both the Haggadah and booklet come in a deluxe hardcover slipcase, making this the perfect gift for Passover, a Bar / Bat Mitzvah, a graduation or any other special occasion.
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Numbered limited edition.
This is the most beautiful and unique Haggada we have ever offered, or even seen. This amazing keepsake edition is as much of a transcendent historical document as it is an actual Passover Haggadah.
This is a facsimile edition of a classic Ashkenazi Haggadah, written in the year 1502, formerly from the collection of David Solomon Sassoon. It is a fertile source of information about how German Jews lived at the time it was written. Each page is illuminated with colorful 16th-century illustrations, each one relating to a topic on that page.
The facsimile reproduction has been bound into a deluxe hardcover book. It is accompanied by an excellent booklet giving detailed explanations of the historical background of the original, as well as descriptions and details on all the illustrations. The booklet is in English and Hebrew. Both the Haggadah and the accompanying booklet are packed in a deluxe padded hardcover slipcase.
Hardcover, 36 pages. (Plus softcover explanatory booklet, 28 pages, Hebrew and English.)