The first sheet is not decorated and represents a different type of parchment; it could be later added to the scroll. It bears owner's inscription within a circle, הגביר כה"ר שמואל יצ"ו בכ"ר הגביר המרומם המו"ן (המשכיל ונבון) הר' יצחק נטף יצ"ו יזיי"א, "The master, Rabbi Shmuel son of the exalted master, the wise and clever Rabbi Isaac Nataf." That was the name of the author of the book ושבועתו ליצחק printed in Livorno in 1825; however, it cannot be said it is not possible to say unequivocally if this is the same person. According to its title page, the author was a rabbi and dayyan in Tunis.
The sheet bears also three library stamps and the manuscript's numbers.
The text is inscribed in a square Italian script in 19 text panels, in 20 columns containing 13 lines each. Panel no. 16 is an exception and contains 2 columns: one of them is the column listing the names of Haman's ten sons inscribed in the most populat layout.
On the opening section, three library stamps are visible.
On the opening part of the scroll there is a Hebrew inscription:
הגביר כהר שמואל יצו בכה הגביר המרומם הר' יצחק נטף יצו יזייא
Icchak Nataf is the author of ושבועתו ליצחק
published in Livrono in 1825 (https://www.hebrewbooks.org/9053)
Carlo Bernheimer, Catalogo dei manoscritti orientali della Biblioteca Estense, Roma 1960, 88, object 8.