Red and orange painting of three figures mounted in a wooden frame painted red with decorated corners and attached to a folding metal stand. The image depicts a man, seated on the right in an enclosed garden setting, gesturing toward a kneeling, beardless youth holding a large basin; behind the youth, a standing woman holds a vine; a rubāʻī is written in the lower section of the painting. On the back, an orange mandorla with two pendants on the vertical axis surrounded by flowers in shades of orange and red.
Collection of treatises, copied in the same hand, on mathematical sciences. Topics include calculating heights, distances, areas, solving geometrical and algebraic problems, music theory. At the back of the work are three additions: 1) pages of notes, probably by the copyist, about some of the works in the collection (f. 129r-137v), 2) an added commentary on Apollonius' Conics copied in a different hand (f. 139v-143r), 3) further notes. One folio in Persian (f. 71) is misplaced and should follow folio 78.
A collection of edifying stories and anecdotes; the author attributes the majority of the work to borrowings from al-Sūyūtī who got it from Kamāl al-Dīn al-Humām (f. 1r). Some pages are out of place and some are missing; minor water damage.
Three treatises in different hands, bound together. The first is an abridgement of Ibn al-Bannāʼ's Talkhīṣ by Ibn al-Hāʼim. The second is a short work on astrolabe terminology and use. The third appears to be an autograph of Sharḥ mukhtaṣar al-Tuffāḥah fī ʻilm al-misāḥah by ʻAbd al-Laṭīf ibn Aḥmad al-Dimashqī.