This is a Georgian Machzor, the second edition of the David Levi Machzor, printed posthumously in 1807. It was revised by Isaac Levi and has a bold portrait of Chief Rabbi Solomon Hirschell as its frontispiece, that is actually dated 1808. It was printed by E. Justins press at 34 Brick Lane, Spitalfields. My copy has a label on the binding that says M. Solomon, presumably the original owner. The portrait is striking – particularly the clothes showing what a British rabbi might wear in 1808.
Here is the introduction:
The type is bold and clear:
the English translation is evocative of the period:
We have the Laws of Rosh Hashanah in Yiddish:
The order of blowing the Shofar:
And finally, dear readers, as a special treat, if you have read this far, there is an inscription “Mazal Tov…” on the back flyleaf, dated December 1808: