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Abstract Within the past two centuries, the Dutch Juynboll family has brought forth six Orientalists, the last bearer of the family name, Gautier Juynboll, having passed away in December 2010. This article presents and describes, for the first time, a small collection of Oriental, mainly Islamic, manuscripts that has been found as part of the Juynboll estate. These materials include not only original manuscripts, but also scholarly notes reflecting the work of several Juynboll scholars, annotated books, microfilms and archival materials. The collection here described has now been incorporated into the collections of Leiden University Library. Juynboll manuscripts and archives that were already in the Leiden Library are described here as well.

Affiliations: 1: Leiden Institute for Area Studies, Leiden University j.j.witkam@hum.leidenuniv.nl

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Abstract Within the past two centuries, the Dutch Juynboll family has brought forth six Orientalists, the last bearer of the family name, Gautier Juynboll, having passed away in December 2010. This article presents and describes, for the first time, a small collection of Oriental, mainly Islamic, manuscripts that has been found as part of the Juynboll estate. These materials include not only original manuscripts, but also scholarly notes reflecting the work of several Juynboll scholars, annotated books, microfilms and archival materials. The collection here described has now been incorporated into the collections of Leiden University Library. Juynboll manuscripts and archives that were already in the Leiden Library are described here as well.

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