First Impressions. Hebrew Printing in the Fifteenth Century

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Editors & Curators

Sharon Liberman Mintz, David Sclar.


New York City, USA, 2005. Booklet, 8 pp., illustrations: 2 b&w, 21.5 × 14 cm. English.


Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (28 September 2005–5 January 2006)


Highlights from the Library’s collection of incunabula. Introduction to early Hebrew printing. Material displayed in 8 categories, including: The First Printed Books, Centers of Printing (including Constantinople, Mantua, Portugal and Spain), and The Art of the Book. Basic listing. 30 items.


The exhibition was mounted in celebration of the publication of the Catalog of Hebrew Incunabula from the Collection of the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary by Shimon Iakerson (New York, 2004–2005).

main keywords


minor keywords

Hebrew printing, ConstantinopleHebrew printing, ItalyHebrew printing, PortugalHebrew printing, Spain

Related ephemera

Invitation to exhibition opening, postcard, 1 col. illus., 10.7 × 15.3 cm.

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