Treatise on the principle of the Islamic faith including divine attributes, Quranic revelation, the prophethood of Muḥammad, the nature of angels, resurrection and the last days, correct ablution and acts of worship, and moral exhortation. Table of contents at the beginning.
Short account of the life of the Prophet Muḥammad with extensive commentarial marginalia. The margins are 65-80 mm wide on each side with commentary written in angled paragraphs, numbered individually.
Lacunose copy of the prayer book. It is missing several leaves at the beginning. One loose bifolium of noncontiguous leaves, probably from the quire missing at the beginning, is laid in at the front. A few marginal notes, one in Persian.
Incomplete copy of the Khamsah containing small portions of Makhzan al-asrār, most of Laylī va Majnūn, about half of Khusraw va Shirīn, and the first third of Haft Paykar; Iskandarnāmah is missing. 24 color illustrations, some unfinished.
Calligraphic album of a selection of aphorisms of the Prophet Muḥammad written by the calligrapher Ḥasan Riżā. The pages are heavy card with the first and last leaf as a single sheet and all other leaves as sets of two sheets adhered together with ribbon lining the edges. The paired leaves are all beginning to separate.
Incomplete copy of a collection of homilies and saints' and martyrs' lives. This manuscript is part of a now-dispersed manuscript written at Mt. Sinai. The table of contents (f. 3v-4r) lists 22 works, but only portions of the first and fourth are present in this manuscript. A set of 8 leaves on paper (170 x 160 mm) have been added in a later hand and include the incomplete story of the martyrdoms of Anbā Qūris, Yuḥannā, the three virgins and their mother.