Washington Haggadah

Washington Haggadah – Library of Congress – MS Hebr. 181 – Library of Congress (Washington, USA)

Germany — January 29, 1478

Washington Haggadah

MS Hebr. 181 Library of Congress (Washington, USA)
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Washington Haggadah

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Alternative Titles
Washingtoner Haggadah
Size / Format
76 pages / 22.5 × 15.5 cm
January 29, 1478
Hebrew Square Script
10 splendid headpieces, 15 marginalia, numerous fleuronnée initials
Texts for the ritual of Passover Seder
Artist / School
Previous Owners
Provenzali family
Ephraim Deinard

Available facsimile editions:
Washington Haggadah – Library of Congress – MS Hebr. 181 – Library of Congress (Washington, USA)
Library of Congress – Washington, 1991
Limited Edition: 550 copies
Facsimile Editions

#1 The Washington Haggadah

Library of Congress – Washington, 1991

Publisher: Library of Congress – Washington, 1991
Limited Edition: 550 copies
Commentary: 1 volume by Myron M. Weinstein, Bezalel Narcissi, Beit-Arié Malachi, Mordechai Glatzer, and Doris A. Hamburg
Language: English
1 volume: This facsimile is not complete. Reproduction of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The pages are presented on a larger white background. The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
Facsimile Copy Available!
Price Category: €€
(1,000€ - 3,000€)
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