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Illuminated Manuscript Koran,  The right side of an illuminated double-page frontispiece, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.569, fol. 1b by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The right side of an illuminated double-page frontispiece, Walters Art Museum Ms.

Türk ve Osmanlı dönemi hattatlarımız: Hattat Abdullah-ı Sayrafi Bağdadi

Türk ve Osmanlı dönemi hattatlarımız: Hattat Abdullah-ı Sayrafi Bağdadi

Cod. Heid. Orient. 488  Sammelhandschrift  18. Jh. (?)  Sammlung Zitierlink: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/codheidorient488 i URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-diglit-188578 i  Metadaten: METS

Cod. Heid. Orient. 488 Sammelhandschrift 18. Jh. (?) Sammlung Zitierlink: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/codheidorient488 i URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-diglit-188578 i Metadaten: METS

En kopi af en Koran i 30 dele skrevet i naskhi Iran, Herat?; 925 H = 1519 Hvert blad: 23,8 × 15,8 cm

A copy of a Koran in 30 parts, written in Naskh Iran, Herat by the calligrapher Qasim Ali al-Hirawi in

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Mughal manuscript. Illuminated floral border. Produced during the reign of Shah Jahan, 1657. (Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.)

Mughal Manuscript -- Illuminated floral border -- Produced during the reign of Shah Jahan -- Circa 1657 -- Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

Koranic verses

A Quran written in the Bihari script in century India. The swooping letters are meant to give the impression of sailing boats. In the margins is a Persian translation of the ayahs meaning.

Notes in the front of this tiny Qur'an, in 'ghubar' script, state that it was given to the Qajar emperor Fath 'Ali Shah, reign 1798–1834, so that he could carry it in his pocket at all times. Binding is 19th C. Tabriz, Iran. Islamic manuscript: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Laquered Binding: painted pasteboard.

Notes in the front of this tiny Qur'an, copied in 'ghubar' script, state that it was originally given to the Qajar emperor Fath 'Ali Shah (reigned so that he could carry it in his pocket at all times

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