A Tehillim with explanations of the words written by a descendant of the Shlah and taken from the well-known Shlah siddur.
Beautiful first edition, bound in green leather with gilded rings and an impressive back.
The words of Tehillim are printed in the center with a literal translation and a commentary around it.
Also included are insights written by Rabbi Avraham Halevi Horowitz, great-grandson of the Shlah.
These insights were taken from his father Rabbi Yeshaya, who was Av Beis Din of Frankfurt and Pozna, from his grandfather Rabbi Sheftil, who was the son of the Shlah and author of Vavey Ha'amudim, and from his brother Rabbi Sheftil.
These insights were left out of all later editions and can be found in this edition only.
130 pages | 26.5 cm | Amsterdam 1717 | Thick paper | Wide margins | Great condition | Very rare