This text was prepared by William Gross:
Chidushim on Masechtot Makot, Gittin, Niddah, Chullin, and Sanhedrin.
Meshulam Zalman operated a press in Sulzbach from 1722-1764 (the press had been established by his father, Aharon Fraenkel). In 1764, he turned the shop over to his sons, Aaron and Naphtali, so that he could devote more time to preparing the press for a second Talmud edition (his first, known as Sulzbach Red, was issued 1756-1763). In return, his sons agreed to pay him a weekly pension of ten florin for the rest of his life. He died in 1781.
Meshulam Zalman's printing device appears on the title page: a monogram comprised of the letters SA for Salman Aharon. The letter A in the center, accompanied by the letter S in standard and reversed forms. Immediately above is the printer's name in Hebrew, given as "the Printer Zalman" זלמן מדפיס, all of which are enclosed in an elaborate cartouche. Commentator: Yom-Tov ben Avraham