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Lemberg, 1855: A dispute between two partners about a Rhenish gulden.

On Wednesday, 24 Adar, two men bought in partnership a garb, from an auction house. One of them took the garb home, and found in one of its pockets a Rhenish gulden. The question arose, as to whom this Rhenish belongs. The dispute was brought forward to the rav, Rabbi Yosed Shaul Natansohn, who ruled, the coin belongs to the one who brought the garb to his home.

Source: Shoel UMeishiv, second ed., Vol. 1, ยง64


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