"Size and general condition.- Fine parchment 20.4x19.5 cm., containing 12 lines of text. Some of the lines are almost complete, others are about a third lost, as are also all traces of the four margins. However, the lines are of the same length as in Nos. 10-11, and comparison of the manuscript with the printed text would allow here too [sic] 18 lines to the page, which likewise must have measured originally about 35x26 cm.
Contents.- Recto, Sūrah 42:16 (عند)-19 (وهو); verso, ibid.: 21 ([الذين)-23 ([ق]ل لا).
Script.- Similar to that of Nos. 10-11. The script of this and of No. 13, belonging to the same copy of the Ḳurʾān, differs from that of Nos. 10-11 only in that it is a little larger and provides more space between the letters. Except for this and a little difference in the verse division marks, there four numbers might easily belong to the same copy of the Ḳurʾān. In recto 6 in يومنون we have a further illustration or the use of a red dot and a red semicircle for hamzah.
Ornamentation and text division.- Green and red are used; but, as no surah division occurs in the text, we cannot tell whether bands were used. A small green rosette in verso 10 marks verse 20 in the manuscript, which is verse 22 in the printed text. Three to four strokes mark off the verses."