Digitized Book Repository
From the National Library of Israel.
Hundreds of scanned books are accessible through The Digitized Book Repository of the National Library of Israel. Every week more scanned books are added. The initial selection of titles ranges from 15th century incunabula to early 20th century works. The first stage of this project is to digitize rare and out-of-print monographs from its collection.
From Society for the Preservation of Hebrew Books. Search the database of books on Torah and get the full text of the book. ”Currently our mission has expanded to include all Torah Seforim ever printed.”
Rare Books of the Shimeon Brisman Collection in Jewish Studies
From Washington University in St. Louis.
Featured here are some of the highlights of the approximately 750 rare books of the Shimeon Brisman collection with a focus on book stamps, book plates and inscriptions.
From Seforim Online. “This web site is dedicated to making old seforim of the Rishonim and Acharonim available over the internet. All of the seforim available on this web site are completely free. Most of them are out-of-print and are not readily available in stores. Some are not out-of-print, but due to their age do not have any copyright restrictions.”