Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Manuscript. Arabic and Persian. Title supplied by cataloger. Written by "Ibn ʻAlī". Gift of Cyrus Ebrahim Zadeh, Nov. 9, 2009. Written in Iran? Text proceeded by 2 lithographed fragments pasted front and back; the second one, facing first page of manuscript, is lithograph of Sūrat al-fātiḥah from unidentified edition of the Qurʼān. Paper: yellowish, polished cream color laid paper with horizontal chain line and no visible watermarks; black ink with rubrication; interlinear Persian translation in cursive Naskh; catchwords. Naskh; 11 lines in written area 15.5 x 9 cm. Folio 1b-337a; 337b-338 notes and a poem. Library of Congress. Manuscript, [unnumbered]. Binding: black leather with embossed gold center medallions front and back, spine repaired, rebacked in tan leather.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Manuscript. Arabic and Persian. Title supplied by cataloger. Written by Aḥmad al-Nayrīzī. Written in Iran. Paper; thin, cream color polished paper with no watermarks; elaborate floral unwan in gold, black, blue and red; fol. 1b and 2a have gold floral design in borders; in remainder of the work, the text is enclosed in an elaborate ruled border of blue, gold, red and blue; the text has an interlinear Persian translation in red ink from the beginning to the end of Sūrat al-Baqarah, 278; verses separated by gold medallions; black ink; catchwords. Naskh; 12 lines in written area 25 x 13.5 cm. Fol. 1b-336b. Library of Congress. Arabic manuscript, M132. Binding is black laquer with orangish gold floral designs; border around center panel contains Qur'anic verses. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress website. Explicit/Colophon: حرره الداعي لابود الدولة القاهرة الماهرة احمد النيريزي في 1120.
Manuscript. Arabic. Title suppllied by cataloger. Written by Muṣṭafá al-Khaṭīb in the Sulṭanīyah mosque. Written in Iran. Paper; polished, cream color laid paper with horizontal chain lines and no visible watermarks; elaborate decoration on fol. 1b and 2a in gold, dark blue, red, and light blue; remainder of text enclosed in wide ruled border of gold and black; individual sūrah's have titles in white ink on gilt; verses separated by gold medallions; numerous pages have gold, blue and red medallions in margins; black ink; catchwords. The Holy Koran in the Library of Congress, 1993, 9 Naskh; 13 lines in written area 12.3 x 6.7 cm. Fol. 1b-348b. Library of Congress. Arabic manuscript, M135. Binding; dark brown leather with embossed borders and medallions in gold on both covers and flap; envelope binding. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress website. Explicit/Colophon: في سنة اثنى وخمسين ومائة والف من هجرة النبوية ... كتبه الفقير المحتاج الى ربه القدير مصطفى الخطيب في جامع سلطانية ...