A monumental 'Javanische' Qur'an: Handwritten on European strong paper in very neat Naskhi scripts, originated from the Island of Java in late cent or early 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 cent AD with some later addition of floral decoration perhaps in early cent.
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 Rajab 854 AH or August 1450 AD under the patronage of Burji Sultan, Sayf-ad-Din Jaqmaq Al-Zahir.