Manuscripts have gained a place in the life of mankind with the manufacture of paper starting from the discovery of writing. After the spread of Islam, different art schools emerged due to the need to multiply the Holy Qur'an. We can say that branches of art such as calligraphy, illumination, miniature, binding, marbling emerged for the decoration of manuscripts or for other reasons. The preservation of these valuable works is also of utmost importance. For this reason, it is also important to research manuscripts, to bring them to light and to transfer scientific studies to future generations. The work was prepared in 1886 (H.1304) by Hattat Vahdeti Efendi in accordance with the request of Sheikh Osman Selahaddin Dede, one of the dervishes of Yenikapı Mevlevi House. The lives of Sheikh Osman Salahaddin and Calligrapher Vahdetî Efendi were determined as a result of researches and it was registered that they were prepared by these people in the foundation on the last page of the work. In addition to the fact that the work titled "Konya Mevlânâ Müzesi 1069 Inventory Nolu Evrâd-ı Mevlânâ" that we have examined contains information about the Mevlevi Evrâd Tradition, it has been deemed worthy of research because it also contains the calligraphy, illumination and skin art features of the period. Manuscript was examined in terms of binding, calligraphy and illumination from Turkish Book Arts.
Keywords: Mevlevisim, Konya Mevlana Museum, Turkish handwriting art, Turkish illumination art, The art of skin, Manuscript