2 volumes (21 and 29 respectively) from a 30-volume copy of the Qur’ān with each juz’ (thirtieth) of the text bound in a single volume, perhaps Eastern Anatolia, late 18th or early 19th century. Labels on the upper cover of each manuscript identify the portion contained within.
Isl. Ms. 2 (v 21) carries twenty-first juzʼ of the Qurʼān, opens with al-ʻAnkabūt verse 46 (29:46) and closes with al-Aḥzāb verse 30 (33:30)
Isl. Ms. 3 (v 29) carries twenty-ninth juzʼ of the Qurʼān (Juz' al-Mulk, aw Juzʼ Tabāraka), opens with Sūrat al-Mulk verse 1 (67:1) and closes with Sūrat al-Mursalāt verse 50 (77:50)
late 18th or early 19th century CE
2 of 30 volumes, manuscript codices on European laid paper, 14 leaves (v 21) and 28 leaves (v 30), 230 x 170 mm.