Vol. I, fol. 31: The initial word Loved (ויאהב; Davidson, Thesaurus, ו 197) opening the krovatz for Shabbat Purim is written in dark brown display letters (height:55 mm.; 5 lines) by Scribe A on a piece of thin parchment glued on, and decorated with dark brown ink wriggle work with fleurs-de-lis and foliate extensions. It is possible to distinguish on the verso the form of the larger (66 mm.; 6.5 lines) original letters by Scribe A, and the red and blue wriggle work by Scribe B.
Two other initial words are similarly written and decorated by Scribe A (I:45, 60;70 mm. and100 mm. respectively) on thin parchment, and likewise stuck on to cover the corresponding original initial words. It is possible to distinguish the form of the original letters by Scribe A underneath (I:45, 60;80 mm. and95 mm. respectively), and the red wriggle work of scribe B (I:45), who did not decorate the original word on I:60.
The reason why Scribe A covered up his original initial words can only be conjectured.