This text was prepared by William Gross:
The title page is a relatively crude representation of the typical Sulzbach title page, which is itself a copy of the Amsterdam original. The artist has included a printer’s mark in his copper plate. Hirsch printed some 5 copies of Kurban Minchah, each of varying length.
The city of Furth, a center of talmudic learning, established its first Hebrew presses in 1691. During the 1760's, when this volume was printed, the production of talmudic, rabbinic and juridicial books in Furth reached its peak and the town became famous as one of the European centers of Hebrew printing.