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Set Zichron Devarim, sections  and 2, by the holy Rav Rabbi Alexander of Komarno, in new, elegant leather ...
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Set Zichron Devarim, sections  and 2, by the holy Rav Rabbi Alexander of Komarno, in new, elegant leather bindings. First editions.
Zichron Devarim , Ma'amarim and Drushim by the holy Rav Rabbi Alexander of Komarno and Zichron Devarim 2, with Shut by the Admor Rabbi Alexander Av Beis Din of Komarno and by his son the Admor the holy Rav Rabbi Yitzchak Yehuda Yechiel Safrin of Komarno. At its end the Kabbalistic Kuntras "Dema'os Shalish" on Eicha, by his great-grandson Rabbi Alexander Zvi [Klinberg]:
* [Section 1]: Yisroel Elimelech Stand Press, [Lvov], 1871. , 42 leaves, 24 cm. First edition. Stains, a perforation to the title page not affecting the text. Good-very good condition.
* Section 2: A. Zapnik and Knoler Press, Przemyśl, 1879. , 16, 46 leaves, 18 cm. With an approbation by the holy Rav the Admor Rabbi Elezer Zvi Safrin of Komarno. First ediiton, aging stains, very good condition.
The holy Rav Rabbi Alexander Sander Eichenstein (1770-1818) a disciple of the Chozeh of Lublin, a Rav in Ziditchov and founder of the Komarno Chassidism, author of "Zichron Devarim".
The holy Rav Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac Yehuda Yechiel of Komarno author of 'Heichal HaBeracha', a basic Chassidic Sefer. The nephew and successor of 'Sar Beis HaZohar' the holy Rav Rabbi Hirsch of Ziditchov, a beloved disciple of the Tzaddikim of his generation: the Chozeh of Lublin, the Ohev Yisroel of Opatow, Rabbi Moshe of Savran, Rabbi Yisroel of Ruzhin.
He wrote of himself: "From the day I was two years old until five, I obtained wonderous visions, and Ruach HaKodesh and I spoke words of prophecy when someone asked the word of G-d. And I saw from one end of the world to the other. And my teacher, the Divine Rabbi Zvi of Ziditchov gave me two Ranish a week to tell him and reply to whatever he asked me. And I spoke clearly and answered all the questions he asked me, and gave the money to charity".
Rabbi Alexander Zvi Klinberg, Av Beis Din of Volove and successor of his father-in-law as Av Beis Din of Sondova-Vishna.