Where can you buy a name-engraved Hebrew Bible?
This is not a Jewish practice, so it would be unusual to find a merchant that does this.
But you can buy a Hebrew Bible from the link below, and then take it to an Engraver.
From a Jewish point of view, ALL 24 books of the Hebrew Bible contain Hebrew except for a few passages in Aramaic. From a Christian point of view, the Bible is almost always read in translation, so it does not contain Hebrew. But the Old Testament is a Christian translation of the Hebrew Bible (see above).
The first movable print bible was the Gutenberg Bible, printed around 1455. The Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) was printed in Latin*, and the New Testament was printed in its original Greek. *The Hebrew Bible was not printed in its original Hebrew because the vast majority of Christians at the time couldn't read Hebrew.
If you mean Hebrew cursive writing, then no. The cursive system we use today in Hebrew was invented in the Middle Ages. The Entire Hebrew Bible was written in Hebrew, but Moses didn't write "the Bible." Jewish tradition and belief says that Moses wrote the Torah (or received it from God), which is the first 5 books of the Bible.
The Hebrew Bible is called Tanakh, which is an acronym for the 3 parts of the Bible: Torah = the five books of Moses Nevi'im = the prophets Ketuvim = the writings The Christian old testament is a version of the Hebrew Bible, but the books have been rearranged by the early church. There is no Hebrew word that refers to both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament together. Christians in Israel refer to…