Title from title page (fol. 1a, muḥaqqaq in gold outlined in black ; blue and red for vocalization and diacritical signs ; statement of responsibility in naskh). Ms. codex. Physical description: 6 lines per page. Written in muḥaqqaq in black ink ; the text is vocalized. Entries in gold outlined in black with red and blue for vocalization and diacritical signs. Circle in gold outlined in black for text-stops. Origin: According to colophon, copied by its author, al-Ḥusayn ibn Muḥammad al-Ḥusaynī, Kātib al-daraj al-sharīf, 6 Ramaḍān 729 [July 4, 1329] (fol. 18a). The copy was made for the Khizānah of al-Nāṣir (title page, fol. 1a). Incipit: بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم وصلى الله على سيدنا محمد الحمد لله الذي جعل الخبر بنواصع الخيل معقودا ...[4ب] ... اما بعد فان الله تعالى منح مولانا السلطان [5أ] المالك الملك الناصر عظيم المااثر وفخيم المفاخر Explicit: ان اطالت القول فهى مقرة او اسهبت فهي موجزة امين امين امين الحمد لله وحده وصلوته على سيدنا محمد واله وصحبه وسلامه حسبنا الله ونعم الوكيل
This text page from Walters manuscript W.562 has lines of vocalized Muhaqqaq script with an illuminated chapter heading for chapter 113 (Surat al-falaq). The chapter heading is written in New Abbasid (Broken Cursive) style in gold ink on a blue ground with red arabesques.
This folio from Walters manuscript W.569 is the left side of a double-page opening decoration containing the text of chapter 1 (Surat al-fatihah) inscribed in the center medallion in gold Muhaqqaq script on a blue background.
This folio from Walters manuscript W.569 is the right side of a double-page opening decoration containing the text of chapter 1 (Surat al-fatihah) inscribed in the center medallion in gold Muhaqqaq script on a blue background.
This codex, Walters manuscript W.582m opens with this decorated incipit page with an illuminated rectangular headpiece. The page has 5 inner panels of text executed in the following scripts: Muhaqqaq (gold), Naskh (black), and Thuluth (blue).
Walters manuscript W.570 is a large-size illuminated copy of the Qur'an made probably in Turkey in the 11th century AH/AD 17th century. This polychrome manuscript is penned in a number of scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Thuluth, Naskh and Tawqi'.