Mehmed bin Salih Yazicioglu (d. 1451), Muhammediyye, poetry in praise of the Prophet Muhammad, the author's own translation into Ottoman Turkish verse of his Arabic work entitled Megaribu'z-zaman Ottoman Turkey, probably Constantinople, 18th Century

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Mehmed bin Salih Yazicioglu (d. 1451), Muhammediyye, poetry in praise of the Prophet Muhammad, the author's own translation into Ottoman Turkish verse of his Arabic work entitled Megaribu'z-zaman
Ottoman Turkey, probably Constantinople, 18th Century

Sold for £ 2,500 (US$ 3,319) inc. premium
Mehmed bin Salih Yazicioglu (d. 1451), Muhammediyye, poetry in praise of the Prophet Muhammad, the author's own translation into Ottoman Turkish verse of his Arabic work entitled Megaribu'z-zaman
Ottoman Turkey, probably Constantinople, 18th Century
Ottoman Turkish and Arabic manuscript on paper, 233 leaves, 19 lines to the page written in two columns of naskhi script in black ink, double intercolumnar rules in gold, inner margins ruled in gold, catchwords in wide outer margins, Arabic titles written in naskhi script in red ink, one illuminated headpiece in colours and gold, edges of first folio frayed, small tears restricted to outer margins otherwise in good condition, contemporary brown morocco with stamped central medallions and cornerpieces decorated with intertwining stylised serrated leaves and flowerheads, spine rebacked, edges defective, doublures of marbled paper
400 x 272 mm.

Footnotes

  • Provenance
    The collection of the late Jafar Ghazi.

    Another copy of this work, dated AH 1005/AD 1597, is in the Bodleian Library, Oxford (see G. Kut, Supplementary Catalogue of Turkish Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford 2003, p. 47, no. 63.
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Mehmed bin Salih Yazicioglu (d. 1451), Muhammediyye, poetry in praise of the Prophet Muhammad, the author's own translation into Ottoman Turkish verse of his Arabic work entitled Megaribu'z-zaman Ottoman Turkey, probably Constantinople, 18th Century
Mehmed bin Salih Yazicioglu (d. 1451), Muhammediyye, poetry in praise of the Prophet Muhammad, the author's own translation into Ottoman Turkish verse of his Arabic work entitled Megaribu'z-zaman Ottoman Turkey, probably Constantinople, 18th Century
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