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An illuminated collection of prayers, including Dala’il al-Khayrat, copied by Mehmed Sa’dullah, known as ‘Arabzade, Turkey, Ottoman, dated 1245 AH/1830-31 AD
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An illuminated collection of prayers, including Dala’il al-Khayrat, copied by Mehmed Sa’dullah, known as ‘Arabzade, Turkey, Ottoman, dated 1245 AH/1830-31 AD
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An illuminated collection of prayers, including Dala’il al-Khayrat, copied by Mehmed Sa’dullah, known as ‘Arabzade, Turkey, Ottoman, dated 1245 AH/1830-31 AD
Arabic manuscript on paper, 93 leaves plus 4 fly-leaves, 11 lines to the page written in ta’liq script in black ink, ruled in gold and black, verses marked by a gold dotted circle, gold and polychrome markers in the margins, gold and polychrome cartouches marking chapters, three illuminated headings on f.1b, f.10b and f.23b, illustrations of Mecca and Medina on f.22b and f.23a, green leather binding with gilt central decoration, with flap
15.2 by 9.5cm.


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Mehmed Sa’dullah Efendi, known as Arabzade (d.1843-44) was a student of the ta’liq master Mehmed Es’ad Yesari. His father was also a calligrapher - see lot 37- as well as chief canonical functionary of the empire, and Mehmed followed in his father's footsteps, becoming military judge of Rumeli and the first vice-chancellor of Turkey (Safwat 2014, p.232). A calligraphic panel in ta’liq script signed by him and dated 1254 AH/1838-39 AD is now in the Çeti̇ndoğan Collection, Istanbul (see Safwat 2014, n.43), and a muraqqa' is housed in the Sakip Sabanci Collection, also in Istanbul (published in Derman 1998, p.102-3).

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