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Folio From Quran In Muhaqqaq And Naskh Script

Folio From Quran In Muhaqqaq And Naskh Script

An ancient folio from the Quran, beautifully adorned with intricate calligraphy in the Muhaqqaq and Naskh scripts. The folio is likely made of parchment or fine-quality paper, showing signs of age and wear, which adds to its historical significance. The ink used to write the calligraphy is dark and rich, contrasting beautifully against the off-white or yellowed background of the page. Given the ancient nature of the folio, we might notice signs of aging, including faded colors, smudges, or slight damage to the edges. These imperfections serve as a testament to the passage of time and the historical significance of the artifact.

Image ID#: 11407 / Category: Religion, Calligraphy / Price: 499$
Folio From Quran In Muhaqqaq And Naskh Script
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