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Teaching resource: Kishwar Rizvi, History of Art
Extensive marginal notes.
Fairly modern (17th century) nastaliq, in gold, red, and black; unwan in gold and colors on leaf 1 verso.
In manuscript on leaf 1 verso: R.M. Binning E[ast]. I[ndia]. C[ompany]. C[ivil]. S[ervice]. Madras.
Ethe, H. India Office,
Poems framed in a dialogue.
Robert Blair Munro Binning is the author of a colloquial Arabic grammar, 1849 (British Museum catalog).
Ex libris R.M. Binning. Purchased from the Wellcome-Kraus collection in 1949.
25.5 x 17 cm.
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