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Ancient Quran With Opening Double Page Of Surah Taha

Ancient Quran With Opening Double Page Of Surah Taha

An ancient Quranic folios, specifically the opening double page of Surah Taha, written in the elegant Muhaqqaq calligraphy script. The folios are presented against a striking black background, creating a powerful contrast that highlights the intricate details of the manuscript. The double page features the beginning of Surah Taha, which is masterfully rendered in the Muhaqqaq script. The ancient folios exude a sense of timelessness and historical significance. The pages show signs of age, such as slight discoloration and fading, which adds to their allure and serves as a testament to their journey through the ages.

Image ID#: 31753 / Category: Religion, Calligraphy / Price: 499$
Ancient Quran With Opening Double Page Of Surah Taha
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