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Monday, January 4, 2016

redeemable by shailos tinok?

There was a gid on the klaf, which came away.

Now we have this. (beis of yeviecho)



I think that little shpitz (protrusion) coming out of the gug (roof) is enough to save it, and it can still fall into the catagory of a " nifsak shenikkar lehedya" (which may be fixed if a child recognises the letter).

I was wondering what others think..


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  1. I agree based on Shu't tz"tz Orach Chaim Siman 16.

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  2. according to what is seen here - big big shayla!!

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    1. I'm thinking now that perhaps this one really should be seen live for a proper psak....Too much depends on the size of the image and its hard to replicate in real life even for an expert. And there are some hairs which move around and hard to tell from the image too....

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    2. I agree. That is why I wrote according to what is seen on the image.....

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    3. I have to agree. In order to judge whether this is nikar lehedia or worse it really needs to be seen live. There's no doubt that it's a shtark shaila.

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  3. Hi Eli,
    Both breaks (1) the one on the base as well as (2) the one descending from the roof may be corrected as long as a tinok is able to recognize the letter as it now is.

    Was it just a loose peace of gid rolled in the parsha?

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  4. I should add at this point that the moshav (base) does not have a nifsak, what you are seeing is hair or leftover from the gid covering the letter..

    but the one on the side is a complete break, not covered

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    1. Can you post another image without the hair covering the moshav?

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  5. Separately, because of the thickness and position of the Tag on top of many of the the Lameds, they no longer have a Tzuras Vav. Instead, they look like a Makal, with a flag protruding to the left 3/4 of the way up.

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    1. Remember, it's ksav hameyuches. But I would imagine even the critics would admit these lameds are kosher...

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  6. thank you Y.Y. for answering with a soruce

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