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- Alcoran of Mahomet, translation from the French by Alexander Ross, 1649 (External scan)
- The Koran (1734), as translated by George Sale (External scan)
- The Koran (1861), by John Medows Rodwell (transcription project)
- The Holy Qur'an (1917, revised 1920), by Maulana Muhammad Ali (start transcription)
- El-Kor'an: The Suras Arranged in Chronological Order, (1876) by John Medows Rodwell (External scan)
- The Qur'ân, (1880) by E. H. Palmer. (scans of part 1 and part 2)
- Quran, a translation by Progressive Muslims Organization. Includes a transliteration of the Arabic.
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- The Holy Qur'an, translation by Abdullah Yusuf Ali, 1938.
- The Meaning of the Glorious Koran, translation by Marmaduke Pickthall, 1930
Comparisons of translations