Frame 7 (upper margin): On the right, Haman dictates his decree against Jews to a scribe who sits at a table before him, together with two other men (Es. 3:12). On the left, the crowned Esther in a courtyard surrounded by a wall is depicted. A bearded man (possibly her servant, Hatach) wearing a turban is facing her as if speaking and two maid-servants stand behind her. In the background, in front of the palace gate, another man in a turban on his head (most likely Mordecai) is shown (Es. 4:4).
Frame 8 (lower margin): Both episodes included in the cartouche depict Hatach who delivers the messages between Esther and Mordecai. On the right, Esther sits on a throne topped by a canopy, flanked by two maid-servants, holding a scepter in her left hand. She is pointing at a man (possibly Hatach) who stands facing her and raises his hands in a gesture of speech (Es. 4:5). On the left, Mordecai stands with folded arms within the palace gate facing a man who also raises his hands in a gesture of speech (Es. 4:5-7).
The bearded Ahasuerus sits under a canopy on the right side of the upper panel, extending his scepter to the crowned Esther. She kneels before him and touches the scepter (Es. 5:2). Two maidens stand behind her in the doorway and two servants stand behind the king's throne. On the left side of the panel, the crowned Esther sits together with Ahasuerus and Haman at a round laid table in the palace garden (Es. 5:5).
Cols 9-10 Haman, in red, stands talking to two women in his house, on the right of the lower panel. The gallows prepared by Haman for Mordecai stand outside his house on the left (Es. 10-11, 14). Ahasuerus reclines on a bed in a room with a tiled floor, on the left side of the panel. Two men stand before his bed, the one on the left reading to him from a book (Es. 6:1).