Islamic Manuscripts

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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 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.

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 .

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).

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 section of Grand Qur'an: originated from Central Asia or Northern India ca. 13 cent AD up to 2nd quarter of 14 cent AD during the ruler of Turkic dynasties which controlled greater Persia as well as Northern India. The Qur'an with 33 folios (each 33.5 x 22 cm) and written in a 5-line of large Muhaqqaq script. Between the verses separated by gold roundel marker, decorated with gold circle and elongated floral Kufic medallions.

A section of Grand Qur'an: originated from Central Asia or Northern India ca. 13 cent AD up to 2nd quarter of 14 cent AD during the ruler of Turkic dynasties which controlled greater Persia as well as Northern India. The Qur'an with 33 folios (each 33.5 x 22 cm) and written in a 5-line of large Muhaqqaq script. Between the verses separated by gold roundel marker, decorated with gold circle and elongated floral Kufic medallions.

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.

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