Qur’an / Fol.272; 35,5 cm x 25,5 cm; 13 lines. Two pages are missing at the beginning (Surah al-Fatiha and the first 17 ayahs of Surah al-Baqara), and three at the end (from Surah al-Bayyina to Surah an-Nas). Titles of surahs, number of ayahs, place of revelation, Devine atributs, sajda marks, marks of beginnings, halves and sections of quarters (juz’) and ornamental circles indicating ends of ayahs are written in gold. No data about the scribe or the place or year when the copy was made.Judging by the paper, ink, script and binding, the copy is very old, most probably dating back to 14th or 15th century.
Qur’an / A fragment of the pocket size Mushaf beginning with Surah ar-Rahman and ending with Surah an-Nas. Fol. 130; 10,7 cm x 10,7 cm; 7 lines. The ink is black, of high quality, steady in contact with moisture. Titles of surah and place of their revelations are written in red ink. The paper is of medium thickness, smooth, in a dark shade of white, with a watermark, of European origin. No data about the scribe or the place or year when the copy was made. Judging by the paper, ink, script and binding the copy most probably dates back to 16th century.
Qur’an / Fol.309; 17,3 cm x 11 cm; 15 lines. Naskh, written by a very skilfull hand. Fol. 1b with Surah al-Fatiha, and fol. 2 with beginning of Surah al-Baqara are done in a shape of diptych in gold and blue colors, richly decorated with floral motifs. The paper is thin, smooth, yellowish in color, without the watermark, of Eastern origin. A smaller rosette decorated in gold is on the outer side of the cover fold. on Folio 109a there is a note that the Mushaf copy was made by Muhammad al-Rusdi Kutahi, a student of al-Hagg Hasan al-Wahbi in 1268 (1851-1852).
Qur’an / Fol.313; 16,3 cm x 11 cm; 15 lines. Naskh, written by a very skilfull hand. The ink is black, of high quality, steady in contact with moisture. Titles of surah, number of ayahs, place of revelations and ornamental circles indicating the ends of ayahs are written in large letters in gold color. The paper is of medium thickness, smooth, in a dark shade of white, and yellowish in color, without a watermark, of of Eastern origin. At the end of Mushaf is the Dua Khatm al-Qur’an and after the Dua there is a note stating that the copy of the Mushaf was completed by Darwish Mustafa al-Mawlawi al-Bosnawi in 1068 (October 8th 1657 - September 28th 1658).
Qur’an with Turkish translation / Incomplete at the beginning and at the end. Missing at the beginning of the Mushaf are Surah al-Fatiha, Surah al-Baqara and the first twelve ayahs of Surah Ali Imran, and at the end 14 short surahs following the Surah al-Adiyat. Fol.552; 31 cm x 20,5 cm; 9 lines. Naskh, vocalized, written by a blunt skill, by a skillful hand. Dots, ornamental marks, sajda and Tajweed marks are written in red ink. The turkish translation is written between the lines, in tiny letters, with a sharp quill. The binding is torn off and lost. Judging by the paper, ink,and script the copy most probably dates back to 16th century.