Complete Seder Me'ah Brachos with
Spanish Translation, Amsterdam 1687
Blessings, prayers, complete Pesach Haggada, Laws of brachos (blessings) and shchita (slaughtering) and customs in both Hebrew and Spanish.
Published in Amsterdam, 1687 according to the manuscripts of Rabbi Yitzchak ben Rabbi Matisyahu Abuhav, the Hebrew and Spanish texts are laid out on facing pages with parallel pagination.
There are two title pages at the beginning of the sefer, the first one completely copper engraved with five miniature illustrations of various blessings. There is a calendar at the end.
It also includes the prayer on Anusim who were burnt at stake in Spain's auto-de-fés.
It is apparently the first Haggada printed with a Spanish translation.
 Leaf , 303, 304: 54, , 7,  pages | 12.8 cm | Original leather binding with gold embossing | Gilt edges | Thin white paper | Excellent condition