Saturday, May 30, 2015

18 Pages Islamic Scripture, 19th Century


LARGE SHEET OF QURAN ninth-tenth Century 
Manuscript of seven lines in Kufic parchment, on the front and black back with diacritics red 
Surat 22 "El-Haj" 
On the back, the last word of the verse. 70 (yasin) until the beginning of 71. 
On the front, the four words on until the end of verse 72. (égrenures, tasks, and small tears along) 
Middle East and North Africa. 
Sun 27.5 x 36.5 cm 

A QURAN NORTH AFRICA OR THE ANDALUSIA CENTURY XII 
SURAT AL-BAKARA. Handwritten 104 reco-sided sheets of five lines per page "Maghribi" brown parchment. 
The first illuminated full-page leaflet, moved to decorate the beginning of the manuscript is decorated with ten lines in "kufi" golden red background, indicating the end of "juz '2'. The four cartridges that surround it, registered "Maghribi" golden ornamental blue background, are decorated with four 77-78-79 and 80 verses of "Surat al-waqi has (56)."
The manuscript begins with the last word of verse 3 of "Surat Al Bakara" (2) to verse 141 (full) in "Maghribi" brown with "shadda" and "soucoun" in blue, diacritics blue or soft green.
There has about 140 marginal illuminations and in the text, including major separations verses and significant separations ten verses. A large illuminated cartridge entered in "kufi" quite erased, following the last verse 141: last two pages are decorated with an inscription in three lines in "kufi" golden on blue background in a rich full-page illuminations
103B Page. " kamala-the-juz 'al-Awwal
"Page 104A" Salla-the-Lahu' ala Muhammad Wa'ala Alihi "flap binder stamped brown morocco, decorated with an oval central medallion decorated with jewels.
Inscribed on the edge "Lâ yamussuhu illa-l- mutâharun (Waqi'a 56 - Aya
80).. Wormholes and wear
For texts, most sheets are in good condition, except the first two and the last two fairly damaged on the edges and some with restorations. General wear.
North Africa or Andalusia, 12th Century Sun 17 x 19 cm

GRAND SHEET QURAN NORTH AFRICA OR XII-XIII Century 
Manuscript ANDALUSIA five lines "Maghribi" brown on pink paper, in front and back with signs of golden vocalization, the "shadda" and "soucoun" in blue the "Hamza" in yellow. On the front, a "khamsa" illuminated bottom of the page and on the back, a large pear-shaped illumination 
Recto fragmentary. Surat «Al-Naml" verse 24 but two words at the beginning. Verso: verse 25 and the beginning of verse 26 
Wettings on both ends and dirt 
from North Africa or Andalusia, 12th-13th century Dim.. 
31 x 23.5 cm 

THIRTEEN SHEETS OF THE QURAN MAMELUQUE XIVth Century 
Manuscript of eleven regular lines per page "naskh" black on ivory paper, from verse 7 of "Surah Al-Anaam" (6) to the title of illuminated "Surah Al-A'raf" (7). The sheets are decorated with 32 marginal illuminations and illuminated pellets to separate verses. (Small restorations, waterstains and dirt). 
Egypt or Syria, 14th century 
Sun a sheet: 31 x 24 cm 
THIRTEEN FOLIO FROM A QURAN WITH AN ILLUMINATED Mamaluke TITLE 14TH CENTURY

THE KORAN OTTOMAN Nineteenth Century 
manuscript of 427 sheets (824 pages) of eleven lines per page "naskh" black on beige paper with a double illuminated frontispiece decorating the first two pages. 27 floral marginal illuminations and illuminated pellets between verses. The titles are "riqa '' golden under cartridges. (Some restorations, the first and last page. Usures). 
Binding flap morocco stamped and golden brown. 
Turkey, 19th century 
Sun 21 x 14 cm 
OTTOMAN QUR'AN WITH SOME RESTORATIONS, 19TH CENTURY




THE KORAN OTTOMAN Nineteenth Century 
Manuscript 300 sheets (600pages) fifteen lines per page in beautiful "naskh" very regular black on ivory paper, with a double illuminated frontispiece decorating the first two pages (small gaps at the corners), 43 different floral marginal illuminations and illuminated pellets between verses. The titles are "riqa '' white on gold background of illuminated cartridges. (Some restorations with the corners of the first two pages and waterstains). 
Flap Bound in brown morocco leather stamped. 
Turkey, 19th century 
Sun 17 x 11.5 cm 
OTTOMAN QUR'AN WITH SOME RESTORATIONS, 19TH CENTURY

FILIBELI YUSUF CELEBI (1310H. =1892)
LE SANCTUAIRE DE MEWLANA JALAL AL-DIN RUMI
THE SHRINE COMPLEX OF JALAL AL-DIN RUMI
Gouache sur papier, signée et datée en bas à gauche : « Rassamahu Filibeli Yusuf Celebi » 1310 (1892) et titrée en bas à droite : Qonyede dargahi jenabi Mawlana qaddasa sirrahu.
Marge florale.
Dim. totale : 27 x 33 cm Le nom de l’artiste nous indique que celui-ci est originaire de Filipoli (Plovdev en Bulgarie), important centre de culture ottomane et siège d’une des grandes dergah Mawlawi des Balkans à laquelle Filibeli Yusuf pourrait appartenir

THE TOMB OF PROPHET venerated MEDINA
THE TOMB OF THE PROPHET WORSHIPFUL AT MEDINA
gouache on paper representing the tomb flanked by four minarets. Right, the "minbar" and "mihrab" the Prophet and left, two attested sentences. . Downstairs obliquely cursive text dealing with the burial of the caliphs Abu Bakr and 'Umar and Jesus
the back is inscribed: "Dashtakâr-i Ghulam Muhammad," probably the signature of the artist. Later margins and restorations.
Sun Artwork: 21.5 x 12 cm
Sun total: 29 x 19 cm

MUHAMMAD BEN IBRAHIM BEN YEHYA BEN ‘ALI AL-ANSÂRI dit AL-WATWÂT 
MANÂHEJ AL-FIKAR WA MABÄHEJ AL-‘IBAR 

Manuscrit de 214 feuillets de dix-huit lignes par page en beau « maghribi » régulier, noir avec des phrases en bleu ou rouge. Frontispice enluminé à la première page titrée « Al-nesf al-thâni men ta’lif al- Watwât » (la deuxième partie des commentaires de Watwât). Certains mots dorés aux deux premières pages. Restaurations et salissures. Reliure à rabat en maroquin estampé. 
Maroc, 19e siècle 
Dim. 22,5 x 17 cm 
MOROCCAN MANUSCRIPT FROM COMMENTARIS OF MOHAMMED AL-ANSARI, KNOWN AS « AL-WATWÂT », 19TH CENTURY
 AL-Jazuli (SAYED MUHAMMAD BEN Sulayman) 
Manuscript 210 sheets (420 pages) of ten lines per page "Maghribi" black with red words and phrases, titles and illuminated miniatures of Mecca and Medina on pages 118 and 119A (wears). 
Binding flap in brown morocco gilt embossed floral decoration (wears). 
Morocco, 19th century 
Sun 11.5 x 11.5 cm 
AL-Jazuli (Dalail AL-Khairat) MANUSCRIPT OF FOLIO 210, 19TH CENTURY

AL-Jazuli (SAYED MUHAMMAD BEN Sulayman)
Dalail AL-Khairat AND PRAYERS

Manuscript 308 sheets (616 pages) of eight lines per page "Maghribi" for the 129 first pages of this book with six major titles and the illuminated miniatures from Mecca and Medina to pages 35b and 36a.
The sheets are 179 other prayers and have three titles illuminated pages 155a, 171b and 176b. Main 257b different from the slip at the end.
Binding flap in brown morocco gilt embossed floral decoration. Wear and small tears.
Morocco, 19th century with some late additions (257b, 308b).
Sun 11.5 x 11.5 cm
AL-Jazuli (Dalail AL-Khairat) MANUSCRIPT OF FOLIO 308. FOLIO FOR THE 129 AND 179 FOR DIFFERENT Jazuli PRAYERS, 19th CENTURY, SOME ADDITIONS 20TH CENTURY

MUHAMMAD BEN MUHAMMAD BEN AL-JAZARI 
KITAB ‘ADDET AL-HADAR AL-HADER MEN KALÂM SAYED AL- MURSALIN (Recueil de Hadith) 
Manuscrit de 165 feuillets de neuf lignes par page en beau « maghribi ». Les deux premières pages et titre enluminés. Double page des chapitres précédant une double page magnifiquement enluminées. Les pages sont toutes de couleurs différentes avec des enluminures marginales. Dernière page enluminée. 
Reliure à rabat restaurée et usagée, estampée à décor doré. 
Mouillures et salissures mais de belle qualité. 
Maroc, 18e siècle 
Dim. 7,5 x 7,5 cm 
A NICE HADITH MANUSCRIPT BY MUHAMMAD BEN AL- JAZARI MOROCCAN, 18TH CENTURY

AL-Jazuli. Dalail AL-Khairat. 
AND SEVERAL EXTRACTS FROM HADITH AND PRAYERS 
Manuscript 207 layered "Maghribi" black condensed several books, 16 to 28 lines per page, different hands, including "Al-Khayrat Dalail" with both miniatures of sacred sites on pages 136 and 137. 
Binding flap morocco stamped and golden brown. Wear and small tears. 
Morocco, 19th century 
Sun 11.5 x 13cm 
AL-Jazuli. Dalail AL-Khairat AND OTHERS. MANUSCRIPT OF FOLIO 207. MOROCCO, 19TH CENTURY

ABD-EL-Salam. TREATY OF ESTATES 
Manuscript of 319 sheets (638 pages) of twenty-five lines per page "Maghribi" black and red, for the basic book to page 264 and twenty eight lines of Page 264 the end. 264a of the colophon page, the name of "Khattat 'Abd al-Salam. 
The second part of this legal structure is dated 1294H. = 1877 additional colophon page 319b. 
Binding flap in brown morocco leather embossed floral decoration. 
Morocco, 19th century 
Sun 22 cm x 18 
JURISPRUDENCE A MANUSCRIPT WRITTEN BY Abdessalam, 19TH CENTURY

Indian manuscript containing 15 paintings bindings reported percaline blue sky 
wears déchurures, dirt.. MANUSCRIPT OF KASHMIR Nineteenth Century 
Manuscript PAINTS CONTAINING 15 281 sheets of 23 lines per page "nasta'liq" black, divided into six chapters of history starting on pages 1, 107b, 175b, 193b, 231b, 262b.An illuminated frontispiece adorns the beginning of each chapter except the first or the beginning is missing. Binding reported in blue calico. Some leaflets replacements.(Wears dirt and stains). 
India, Kashmir, 19th century 
36.5 x 22 cm CASHMIRI MANUSCRIPT WITH 15 PAINTINGS, 19TH CENTURY

Hafez (DIN MUHAMMAD AL-SHAMS)
DIWAN dated 1112H. (1700)

Persian manuscript of 358 sheets in "nasta'liq" black on four columns, six-part decorated with illuminated frontispiece at the beginning of each part. (Pages: 1b - 57b - 109b - 175b - 228b - 290b). The colophon is dated 1112H. (1700) 
Wettings, dirt, restored few pages. Binding detached in poor condition. 
Iran, 1700 
Sun 38.5 x 18 cm 
HAFEZ-DIWAN DIVIDED IN SIX PARTS MANUSCRIPT DATED 1112H (1700)

MINIATURE MANUSCRIPT Qajar At 25
Hundred and fifty-nine sheets of 18 lines per page in two columns "nasta'liq" black. First page illuminated in poor condition. Miss the following two. Dirt and tears.
Binding decorated with a portrait of each dish. Wear.
Iran, 19th century
Sun 23 x 13 cm Qajar MANUSCRIPT WITH 25 MINIATURES

Miniature Khosrow SURPRISING SHIRINE a "Khamsa" of Nizami with eleven lines of text "nasta'liq" four columns. Wear. 
Iran, 17th century. 
Sun Sight: 18 x 14.5 cm 
Khosrow AND SHIRINE. PERSIAN MINIATURE FROM A 17TH CENTURY Nizami-KHAMSA-









Acknowledgment: ART AND ORIENTAL ORIENTALISM / ORIENTAL ART