This Quran, part of the Robert Garrett Collection, is most likely of Persian origin from between the 16th and 17th centuries. It is written in Nasta'līq script, one of the main genres of Islamic calligraphy.
Islamic Art and Quotes Ayat al-Kursi (Quran 2:255) Calligraphy in Nasta`liq Script
Qur’an folio in gold Kufic script Near East or Iran, 9th – 10th century
This fragment contains the surah al-Fatihah (the Opening), and al-Baqarah (the Cow). The script is remarkable for its size, each line being roughly 4 cm high. Iran. Later 11th century. Kufic script. Courtesy of the Nasser D Khalili Collection of Islamic Art.
A Qur'an leaf in Maghribi script, North Africa or Andalusia, late 12th-13th century AD (details)
AN ILLUMINATED OTTOMAN QUR'AN, COPIED BY 'ALI WASFI IBN AHMAD, PUPIL OF OSMAN 'AFIF EFENDI 'THE MAD', TURKEY, DATED 1220 AH/1805 AD
The Qur˒an, the Holy Book of Islam. Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan Library. 1 Istanbul, 1832. 2 Persia, 1580. 3 Kashmir, 1800. 4 Persia, 1580. 5 Persia, 1580.