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A QUR'AN LEAF IN KUFIC SCRIPT, PROBABLY UMAYYAD, NORTH AFRICA OR NEAR EAST, CIRCA 750 AD text: surah al-nisa (IV), part of verse 6 to part of verse 13 Arabic manuscript on vellum, 15 lines to the page written in Kufic script in brown ink, verse separated by a plain roundel 16.3 by 27cm.

A QUR'AN LEAF IN KUFIC SCRIPT, PROBABLY UMAYYAD, NORTH AFRICA OR NEAR EAST, CIRCA 750 AD text: surah al-nisa (IV), part of verse 6 to part of verse 13 Arabic manuscript on vellum, 15 lines to the page written in Kufic script in brown ink, verse separated by a plain roundel 16.3 by 27cm.

A RARE AND IMPORTANT QUR'AN LEAF IN GOLD MAGHRIBI SCRIPT ON PARCHMENT, MARINID MOROCCO OR NASRID KINGDOM OF GRANADA, 13TH-14TH CENTURY | Lot | Sotheby's

A RARE AND IMPORTANT QUR'AN LEAF IN GOLD MAGHRIBI SCRIPT ON PARCHMENT, MARINID MOROCCO OR NASRID KINGDOM OF GRANADA, 13TH-14TH CENTURY | Lot | Sotheby's

'Abu'l-'Abbas Ahmad Ibn 'Abi Muhammad 'Abdul-Salam al-Hasani al-Saqali (d.1433 AD), A Compendium of Medical Cures, Probably Egypt, Mamluk, circa 1400

'Abu'l-'Abbas Ahmad Ibn 'Abi Muhammad 'Abdul-Salam al-Hasani al-Saqali (d.1433 AD), A Compendium of Medical Cures, Probably Egypt, Mamluk, circa 1400

An Illuminated Qur'an in Eastern Kufic Script, Persia or Mesopotamia, 11th Century AD

An Illuminated Qur'an in Eastern Kufic Script, Persia or Mesopotamia, 11th Century AD

Ibn al-Bawwab's Qur'an naskh script on paper Baghdad, 1000-1001 AD Cursive script on paper--fully vocalized, but there's "no nonsense" extra stretching/decoration elegant, but accessible 17.5x13.5 cm

Ibn al-Bawwab's Qur'an naskh script on paper Baghdad, 1000-1001 AD Cursive script on paper--fully vocalized, but there's "no nonsense" extra stretching/decoration elegant, but accessible 17.5x13.5 cm

A PINK QUR'AN BIFOLIUM ANDALUSIA, 13TH CENTURY Qur'an XX, sura taha, v.134 (parts) to Qur'an XXI sura al-anbiya', v. 3, Arabic manuscript on pink paper, each folio with 5ll. of bold sepia maghribi, gold diacritics outlined with black, shadda and sukun in blue, hamza marked with a yellow dot, gold illuminated roundel verse markers with scrolling vine border, with one large gold and polychrome illuminated roundel with pearl border, sura heading with gold kufic set inside gilt strapwork…

A PINK QUR'AN BIFOLIUM ANDALUSIA, 13TH CENTURY Qur'an XX, sura taha, v.134 (parts) to Qur'an XXI sura al-anbiya', v. 3, Arabic manuscript on pink paper, each folio with 5ll. of bold sepia maghribi, gold diacritics outlined with black, shadda and sukun in blue, hamza marked with a yellow dot, gold illuminated roundel verse markers with scrolling vine border, with one large gold and polychrome illuminated roundel with pearl border, sura heading with gold kufic set inside gilt strapwork…

Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow) verses 146-150 previous page at left, and here.   Arabic manuscript folio, in Eastern Kufic script on buff paper,with interlinear Persian translation. Persian, 11th-12th century. (Audrey Shabbas)

Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow) verses 146-150 previous page at left, and here. Arabic manuscript folio, in Eastern Kufic script on buff paper,with interlinear Persian translation. Persian, 11th-12th century. (Audrey Shabbas)

Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow), verses 146-150 here & next page (reverse) at right.  Longest chapter of the Qur'an: First chapter (Fatiha) sums up in 7 beautiful verses the essence of the Quran, so this chapter in 286 verses sums up the whole teaching of the Qur'an.Here is Moses, Jesus, Abraham, ending with exhortation to Faith, Obedience, a sense of Personal Responsibility, and Prayer. (A Shabbas)

Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow), verses 146-150 here & next page (reverse) at right. Longest chapter of the Qur'an: First chapter (Fatiha) sums up in 7 beautiful verses the essence of the Quran, so this chapter in 286 verses sums up the whole teaching of the Qur'an.Here is Moses, Jesus, Abraham, ending with exhortation to Faith, Obedience, a sense of Personal Responsibility, and Prayer. (A Shabbas)

Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariyya Al-Razi (known as Rhazes or Rasis, d.925 AD), kitab al-Iklil fi'l-Tibb, A Treatise on Medicine and Health, Probably Iraq, Abbasid, dated 616 AH/1219 AD

Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariyya Al-Razi (known as Rhazes or Rasis, d.925 AD), kitab al-Iklil fi'l-Tibb, A Treatise on Medicine and Health, Probably Iraq, Abbasid, dated 616 AH/1219 AD

A CALLIGRAPHIC COMPOSITION (LEVHA) SIGNED HALIM, PROBABLY TURKEY, DATED AH 1361/1942-43 AD Gold ink on black card, the text in jali thuluth script, signed in the lower left hand corner, dated along the bottom, some scuffing 22½ x 32½in. (57 x 83cm.)

A CALLIGRAPHIC COMPOSITION (LEVHA) SIGNED HALIM, PROBABLY TURKEY, DATED AH 1361/1942-43 AD Gold ink on black card, the text in jali thuluth script, signed in the lower left hand corner, dated along the bottom, some scuffing 22½ x 32½in. (57 x 83cm.)

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