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A GROUP OF OTTOMAN CALLIGRAPHIC EXERCISES (MASHQ)
A GROUP OF OTTOMAN CALLIGRAPHIC EXERCISES (MASHQ)

TURKEY, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

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A GROUP OF OTTOMAN CALLIGRAPHIC EXERCISES (MASHQ)
TURKEY, 18TH/19TH CENTURY
Comprising 29 panels, with dense black thuluth script, some with naskh script, with occasional gold and polychrome roundels and palmettes, some laid down between gold and/or polychrome rules, on marbled, silver-speckled or coloured paper, with signatures of Khoja Zadeh dated AH 1192, Muhammad Fakhr al-Din dadah al-naqashbandi al-Uskudari dated AH 1192, Sayyid Hamdi (Efendi) dated AH 1170, Yusuf Majdi, Yusuf Efendi, Ibrahim al-'Afif (possibly added), 'Ali al-Hamdi dated AH 1120, with attributions to Muhammad Ibrahim, Khoja Zadeh, Deli 'Uthman, Mustafa Raqim and 'Afif Efendi, some staining, in an embroidered leather folder
Largest panel 12¼ x 10 7/8in. (31.5 x 27.5cm.) (29)

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