Antique Sefer Torah, Yemen, [17th-19th century?].
An impressive Sefer Torah, with particularly beautiful handwriting, on red parchment (thick, soft skin) according to the custom of Yemenite Jews. Several sheets were replaced later on light parchment. From the aspect of the tradition of writing, the book has not yet been studied but we will note that Shirat Ha'azinu is written in 70 rows, something that varies according to the different traditions.
Sheet height c. 61 c. Average width of columns c. 11 cm. 227 columns. Varied conditions good-fair, tears and stains.