You’re not supposed to write your name on the back of a sefer Torah, just in case you were wondering.
What *is* this? And what is it doing scribbled on the back of a sefer torah?
By the way, if anyone can decipher these, I’d be delighted to hear about it. I really do wonder what they’re doing there.
At least they used pencil on the front…
Got rid of all these with erasers and knifework. But took pictures, for posterity. Hullo, posterity!
Mirrored from hasoferet.com.