Islamic Manuscripts

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A monumental 'Javanische' Qur'an: Handwritten on European strong paper in very neat Naskhi scripts, originated from the Island of Java in late 18th cent or early 19th cent AD .

A monumental 'Javanische' Qur'an: Handwritten on European strong paper in very neat Naskhi scripts, originated from the Island of Java in late 18th cent or early 19th cent AD .

A Large Indo-Persian Qur'an in Thuluth script and Naskhi script for the heading of the Sura on local rice paper (folio size: 30 x 18 cm). Originated from Mughal Empire in late 18th cent AD with some later addition of floral decoration perhaps in early 20th cent.

A Large Indo-Persian Qur'an in Thuluth script and Naskhi script for the heading of the Sura on local rice paper (folio size: 30 x 18 cm). Originated from Mughal Empire in late 18th cent AD with some later addition of floral decoration perhaps in early 20th cent.

A handwritten Qur'an made on Javanese tree bark (Deluang) paper with illegible colophon. Originated from East Java, Indonesia (late 18th or early 19th cent. AD).

A handwritten Qur'an made on Javanese tree bark (Deluang) paper with illegible colophon. Originated from East Java, Indonesia (late 18th or early 19th cent. AD).

A Mamluk manuscript with 253 folios on cream papers, on Islamic rituals and traditions based on Hadeeth. The book is signed by Muhammad Al-Khayri and dated on 9th Rajab 854 AH or 27th August 1450 AD under the patronage of Burji Sultan, Sayf-ad-Din Jaqmaq Al-Zahir.

A Mamluk manuscript with 253 folios on cream papers, on Islamic rituals and traditions based on Hadeeth. The book is signed by Muhammad Al-Khayri and dated on 9th Rajab 854 AH or 27th August 1450 AD under the patronage of Burji Sultan, Sayf-ad-Din Jaqmaq Al-Zahir.

A miniature pocket Qur'an (folio size: 7.3 x 4.5 cm) in Naskh script with floral lacquer binding, signed by Ali Akbar and originated from Safavid dynasty (late 17th Cent AD).

A miniature pocket Qur'an (folio size: 7.3 x 4.5 cm) in Naskh script with floral lacquer binding, signed by Ali Akbar and originated from Safavid dynasty (late 17th Cent AD).

A miscellany of Ottoman's version of two Arabic works on arithmetic, geometry and astronomy.   The manuscript consists of two chapters (35 folios) in Nasta'lliq script on european Strong paper: Risalatu fi Ma'rifat Al 'abad Al Akram and Ma'rifat Al-Afkar fi Amal Al-lail An-Nahar authored by Sehzade Caminede Al Tiusah Edil-mis and calligraphed by Muhammad Ibn Osman Ibn Sadiq Al-Bakri Al-Faramisi, dated in 1080 AH (1669 AD) and originated from Turkey Ottoman empire.

A miscellany of Ottoman's version of two Arabic works on arithmetic, geometry and astronomy. The manuscript consists of two chapters (35 folios) in Nasta'lliq script on european Strong paper: Risalatu fi Ma'rifat Al 'abad Al Akram and Ma'rifat Al-Afkar fi Amal Al-lail An-Nahar authored by Sehzade Caminede Al Tiusah Edil-mis and calligraphed by Muhammad Ibn Osman Ibn Sadiq Al-Bakri Al-Faramisi, dated in 1080 AH (1669 AD) and originated from Turkey Ottoman empire.

An Arabic Medical Encyclopaedia on causes of diseases and symptoms (Sharh/Kitab Al-Asbab Al-'Alamat): The manuscript is authored by  Burhanuddin Al-Nafis ibn 'Iwad Al-Kirmani and dedicated his work to Timurid Sultan, Ulugh Beg, in 1424 AD.    As stated in the colophon, This manuscript was copied by Fathullah ibn 'Afif ibn Abdul Qadir Al-Hurmuzi on 16th Dhulqa'idah 924 AH (Saturday 20th November 1518) in the holy city of Mecca.

An Arabic Medical Encyclopaedia on causes of diseases and symptoms (Sharh/Kitab Al-Asbab Al-'Alamat): The manuscript is authored by Burhanuddin Al-Nafis ibn 'Iwad Al-Kirmani and dedicated his work to Timurid Sultan, Ulugh Beg, in 1424 AD. As stated in the colophon, This manuscript was copied by Fathullah ibn 'Afif ibn Abdul Qadir Al-Hurmuzi on 16th Dhulqa'idah 924 AH (Saturday 20th November 1518) in the holy city of Mecca.

An Arabic manuscript on the manual / epistle of the use of astronomical instrument particularly a quadrant (SHARH RISĀLAH FĪ AL-`AMAL BI AR-RUB` AL-MUJAYYAB) in Naskh script (levant style) of 138 pages.  The manuscript is authored by Muhammad ibn Sibt Al-Mardini (deceased in 1501 AD). However this manuscript was copied by Mustafa Ibn Yusuf al-Akhnali and completed on 18th of Dhulqa'idah 1053 AH (28th January 1644 AD) in the Ottoman province of Damascus, Syria.

An Arabic manuscript on the manual / epistle of the use of astronomical instrument particularly a quadrant (SHARH RISĀLAH FĪ AL-`AMAL BI AR-RUB` AL-MUJAYYAB) in Naskh script (levant style) of 138 pages. The manuscript is authored by Muhammad ibn Sibt Al-Mardini (deceased in 1501 AD). However this manuscript was copied by Mustafa Ibn Yusuf al-Akhnali and completed on 18th of Dhulqa'idah 1053 AH (28th January 1644 AD) in the Ottoman province of Damascus, Syria.

An early Ottoman Qur'an Section (ca. 15th/16th cent AD) of the 5th Juz' (23 folios) handwritten in Gold Muhaqqaq/Rayhani script on lavish high quality paper with folio size of 31 x 25 cm.

An early Ottoman Qur'an Section (ca. 15th/16th cent AD) of the 5th Juz' (23 folios) handwritten in Gold Muhaqqaq/Rayhani script on lavish high quality paper with folio size of 31 x 25 cm.

An almost complete maghribi Qur'an on strong european paper (22 x 19.5 cm). The Qur'an is handwritten in neat Maghribi script and kufic script on the heading of the sura using Andalusian style of calligraphy. The Qur'an is signed by Shaikh Al-Andalousi and dated in Jumadil Al-Ula 1033 AH (March 1624 AD).

An almost complete maghribi Qur'an on strong european paper (22 x 19.5 cm). The Qur'an is handwritten in neat Maghribi script and kufic script on the heading of the sura using Andalusian style of calligraphy. The Qur'an is signed by Shaikh Al-Andalousi and dated in Jumadil Al-Ula 1033 AH (March 1624 AD).

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