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Sunday, March 27, 2016

never seen this before...

5 comments:

  1. It seems to me that it's Passul.

    However, separating the Parshiyos may be a solution.

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  2. I thought so too but seems there are many opinions that it's not meakev (even with no gap at all) see Mishnas hasofer siman 26.

    In any case, I was thinking to fix by erasing from the shem and rewriting the last few words more compact, thereby creating a proper space...

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  3. I thought so too but seems there are many opinions that it's not meakev (even with no gap at all) see Mishnas hasofer siman 26.

    In any case, I was thinking to fix by erasing from the shem and rewriting the last few words more compact, thereby creating a proper space...

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  4. this mistake happened because sofer used rashi tikun, if it was never used as rabeinu tam yet perhaps you can cut it up and glue it back as a rashi.

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    1. Good idea, but they are not new, they have been used as r"t for 20 years so would be problematic to switch to Rashi because already used for R"T

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