Al-Anwar al'Ashiqin (AH 855/1451-2 AD)

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Al-Anwar al'Ashiqin (AH 855/1451-2 AD)
regarding Islamic theology and its mystical interpretations, Turkish manuscript on paper, 13ll. of black naskh, words and phrases in red, heading in red on opening folio, Turkey, signed by Ahmad b. al-Hajj and dated AH 1056/1646 AD, brown morocco binding - 8¼ x 6in. (21 x 15cm.); Muhammad al-Ghazzali: Kimiya-i Sadat, regarding Islamic ehtics and morals, Persian and Arabic manuscript on paper, 25ll. of black nasta'liq and naskh, signed by Muhammad Sadiq b. Muhammad 'Ali and dated AH 1102/1690 AD, paper covered boards - 11½ x 7in. (29.2 x 17.8cm.); 'Abd al-Latif b. 'Abd al-'Aziz b. Amin al-Din b. al-Malik (d.AH 797/1395 AD): Sharh Majma' al-Bahrain, a commentary on the famous work by Ibn all-Sa'ati regarding fiqh, Arabic manuscript on paper, 26ll. of black naskh, Turkey, signed by Jan Ahmad b. Anbia b. Maulana Aud and dated AH 865/1460-1 AD, maroon morocco binding - 10½ x 6¼in. (26.7 x 16cm.) (one of the few copies made within three quarters of century of the commentator's death); Hibatullah b. Ibrahim: Sa'at Nameh, regarding the day of judgement, Turkish manuscript on paper, occasional phrases overlined in red, Turkey, dated AH 1198/1783-4 AD, paper-covered boards - 8¾ x 6in. (22.4 x 15.1cm.) (4)
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