||The final four Seder signs are enclosed within three rectangular tinted panels at the top of the page. Each sign is illustrated by a scene of the leader of the Seder sitting in an armchair at the head of a long covered table, joined by the other Seder participants. A candelabra hangs above the table at the center of the room. The top right panel, illustrating the sign, Zafun, shows four men and two women sitting round the table set with various vessels. A man stands in the central foreground holding up a piece of the afikoman to be eaten for dessert. The top left panel, illustrating the sign, Barekh, shows four bearded men and a woman sitting round the table set with a vessel and an open book. The men raise their goblets while blessing the third cup of wine following the Grace after Meals. The long panel at the center of the page illustrates both the fourteenth and fifteenth signs, Hallel and Nirzah. Six men sit raising their goblets round the table set with open books, a goblet and a pile of mazot on the right. A small square panel beneath the central panel on the right encloses the tinted initial letter, "Bet," commencing the kiddush. The letter surrounds the figure of a bearded man seated in an armchair before a table set with a cloth, a decanter and a goblet. He raises a large goblet in his left hand. Beneath, another square panel also encloses the letter "Bet," beginning the thanksgiving benediction which is part of the kiddush. The letter surrounds the figure of a man seated by a covered table raising a karpas leaf (?).