OTTOMAN BANNERS - SANCAKLAR

OTTOMAN BANNERS - SANCAKLAR

Osmanli arma-tuğra Sancağı y. 1887 Hicri 1303 II.Abdülhamid Han Sultan döneminde

Osmanli arma-tuğra Sancağı y.

Ottoman banners woven during the 15th century are often decorated with a two-bladed sword wielded by the prophets son-in-law Ali and shield shaped. This particular banner, made in 1683 in North Africa, was made of metallic thread and maroon silk. Its inscription is written in the distinctive maghribi script with uniform thick letters and low sweeping curves.

Image 205 - Pilgrims' banner, North Africa, Made by member of Qadiriyya, a Sufi order which flourished in North Africa. It was designed to be carried on the pilgrimage to Mecca. Silk and metallic thread.

An Ottoman standard, 1683.

An Ottoman standard,

Osmanlı donanma sancakları

Osmanlı donanma sancakları

The standard of the first Ottoman Caliph Sultan Selim I represents the Zulfikar sword of ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib. This flag carried to Egypt by Selim I (1466-1520)

The standard of the first Ottoman Caliph Sultan Selim I represents the Zulfikar sword of ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib. This flag carried to Egypt by Selim I

AN OTTOMAN MILITARY BANNER circa 1866

AN OTTOMAN MILITARY BANNER circa 1866

An Ottoman Flag, 1914 (Bir Osmanlı Bayrağı, 1914)

An Ottoman Flag, 1914 (Bir Osmanlı Bayrağı,

Ottoman Banner, possibly 17th century,  99 x 79 inches.

Ottoman Banner, possibly century, 99 x 79 inches.

A late-Ottoman standard, 1819.

A late-Ottoman standard,

Osmanlı dönemine ait bazı askeri ve idari sancak resimleri: Sırasıyla 1- Yavuz Sultan Selim'in Zülfikarlı Sancağı 2- Sultan Reşat Sancağı 3-...

Osmanlı dönemine ait bazı askeri ve idari sancak resimleri: Sırasıyla 1- Yavuz Sultan Selim'in Zülfikarlı Sancağı 2- Sultan Reşat Sancağı 3-...

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