Six catalogues (22-25 cm), as issued in publisher’s printed wrappers. - Albi Rosenthal had arrived in England in 1933 and set-up as a bookseller in London in 1936, moving the business to Oxford when his premises were bombed in 1940. In 1955, he acquired the London firm of Otto Haas and thereafter ran the two businesses separately, holding a general stock in Oxford, and antiquarian music in London. Obituary by Nicolas Barker, in The Book Collector, Winter 2004, pp.603-606. ¶ Good copies.
[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 57] The Jews in France : a remarkable collection of original source material from the 15th to 19th centuries, including MS. documents relating to Montaigne's ancestors… : books on the history of the Jews in France : followed by a section on general Judaica & Hebraica : a selection of scholarly books & periodicals chosen for their significance & rarity : also some choice Anglo-Judaica
Oxford, A. Rosenthal, 
(21.5 cm), 76 pp., 1 folded leaf of plates, illustrations. 947 + 1 items; priced. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Item 1 is a group of five 15th century Spanish notarial documents relating to Montaigne’s ancestors (published by Cecil Roth, “The Jewish ancestry of Michel de Montaigne” in Personalities and events in Jewish history, Philadelphia 1953, chapter 14).
[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 61] Biblioteca Sefardica [other title:] A catalogue of more than a thousand printed books & mss. by Spanish & Portuguese authors of Jewish origin, books on the history & literature of the Jews of Spain & Portugal in Spanish, Portuguese, English, Hebrew, and other languages including duplicates from the ancient library of the Medrash of the Society of Heshaim, London (founded in 1664)