Commentary on the Five Scrolls, in five parts: Divre Shelomoh, on Song of Songs; Bet David on Ruth; Sefer keritut, on Lamentations; Ruaḥ ḥokhmah, on Ecclesiastes; Gedulat Mordekhai on Esther. On leaf 38 there is a commentary on Abraham Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Five Scrolls. The author was a scholar and printer of Hebrew books in Vienna. On the colophon he writes that the work was completed in his birthplace, Rechnitz [Rohonc], Hungary in 1832 when he was twenty-five. Ruled in pencil, written in black ink in Ashkenazi cursive script; comments added on a separate sheet of paper; traces of foliation in ink; modern foliation in pencil both using Arabic numerals but not corresponding; lower corners soiled and worn; marbled paper wrappers. Montefiore no. 51. Previous owner: Solomon Halberstam (shelf no. 389).