To get out by the obligation to study Torah on the Shulchan even in times of distress - a spotted and rare poster ...
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To get out by the obligation to study Torah on the Shulchan even in times of distress - a spotted and rare poster printed by Zuckerman
'Going out by the duty of studying Torah on the Shulchan even in times of distress' - a rare poster in the Zuckerman printing press in which quotations from the Gemara and Poskim regarding a person's livelihood. The purpose of the poster was to hang at the table of the Jew, and he can easily fulfill the words of Chazal in Pirkei Avot, Chapter 3, Mishnah III, "שלשה שאכלו על שלחן אחד ולא אמרו עליו דברי תורה, כאלו אכלו מזבחי מתים". In the poster are brief passages from the Bible and Sages that the person will say on his table thus he will fulfill these words of Sages. Here is a rare example of a dotted poster issued by the printer Zuckerman. In the first part of the proclamation, quotations of verses from the Bible with Teamim and Score. It was a novelty in Jerusalem, and Zuckerman was the first printer to print fonts of Hebrew letters with Teamim and Score. Zuckerman brought from abroad many letters of various kinds, and his main innovations compared to the printers that preceded him were in the field of Teamim and Score. At one point he brought a special machine, and was the first to print Pentateuchs for Yemeni Jews, Taj, Tachalal, and dotted sidurim.