The colophon states that this manuscript was copied by Darwish Hassan in AH 924/1518-19 AD. However it seems that this colophon is written in a different hand from that of the manuscript and should probably be seen as an attribution rather than an actual signature. Darwish Hassan could be the well-known student and adoptive son of Ahmad Karahisari (1470?-1556), Hassan Celebi (d.1594 AD) in which case this manuscript would have been copied very early in his life. It is noted that he had a long career and followed a style that was identical to that of Ahmad Karahisari (Ugur Derman, Eternal Letters, From the Abdul Rahman Al Owais Collection of Islamic Calligraphy, Sharjah, 2009, p. 32). A Qur'an by Hassan Celebi is in the Nasser D. Khalili Collection and another in the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin (David James, After Timur, Oxford, 1992, cat.58, pp.238-239).