In 1983, David Moss was commissioned to produce an individual, hand-made haggadah, in the tradition of the medieval illuminated manuscript. On its completion, it was so well received by all who saw it, that it's owner, Richard Levy, graciously agreed to allow David to reproduce the work as a facsimile edition. The work, created on vellum, contained paper cuts, gold and silver and many complicated features. In 1986, with the help of Martio Mardersteig of the prestigious press, Stamperia Valdonega, produced 500 examples of this work, entitled Song of David. The haggadah is in two volumes, one volume containing the body of the haggadah and another containing David's introduction and commentary on the work. This commentary is an extraordinary teaching and study piece on the meaning of Passover.
This is a complete reproduction of the Moss Haggadah in one volume, with both images David Moss's extraordinary commentary. It is printed on fine 185gram paper, and bound in blue cloth with gold stamping. The mirrors on the “Historical Reflections” page are stamped silver. Each book is in a matching cloth covered slip case and includes a separate frameable paper cut of the image ”Let all who are hungry come and eat”. Price: $250.00