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Is it still possible to find new printings of the Adler machzorim, in particular those for the three festivals (Chag hamatzot, chag hashavuot, v'chag hasukkot [Re'eh maftir, forget actual citation])?

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@GershonGold, I'm not sure how accurate a source third-party sellers on Amazon are, for price info or availability. But yes: very expensive. (I also have the first two volumes, making it somewhat redundant) – Noach MiFrankfurt Aug 18 '14 at 1:49
    
Is Adler related to Routledge? – Avrohom Yitzchok Aug 18 '14 at 9:12
    
@AvrohomYitzchok, it's the machzor edited and translated by Herbert Adler and ploni Davis, I believe that it is identical, although having never seen a Routledge, I couldn't say. – Noach MiFrankfurt Sep 2 '14 at 19:22

This isn't quite in print, but you can see the Rosh Hashanah one in full here: http://hebrewbooks.org/42793

The others may be online, too.

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It does not seem to be in print. But I did find this:

Service of the Synagogue

George Routledge (Author)

3 volumes, New Year (1) / Day of Atonement (2)

For a picture see: http://www.manorhousebooks.co.uk/PICS/IMG_0764.JPG

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