The Astan Quds Razavi Central Library in Mashhad has completed the recreation of a copy of the Quran No. 1572 from the Cadbury Library at the University of Birmingham and is available to Muslims through the Astan Quds Razavi Digital Library.
The original of this edition consists of 4 pages and, based on the radio carbon tests carried out on it, it is specified that the production of the pre-birth papers of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the writing of the Qur’an on the first years of the Prophet’s birth. It was during his blessed life and there is no difference in content with the current Qur’an.
It is very likely that this Quran was written by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) or one of his closest companions who, due to the similarity of the type of handwriting used with the Quran No. 1 in the library of Astan Quds Razavi, is likely to be written by Imam Ali. has been.
This manuscript has now been reproduced as a complete Quran volume by Hamid Rabei at the Astan Quds Razavi Central Library in Mashhad