Illustration no. 11 is placed before the 7th column of the text. It is labeled in Hebrew ככה יעשה לאיש ("Thus shall it be done to the man", Es. 6:11) and depicts the moment Mordecai is lead by Haman (who wears a dagger in his belt) through the streets of Susa while mounted on a royal horse (Es. 6:11). Mordecai is dressed in royal garb, with the royal crown, and with a royal scepter in his hand. On the left, there is a drummer and in the background of the scene, there is a massive dense crowd. The street is depicted as a gallery with columns that have two-headed goat sculptures as part of the capitals. In the center stands a stepped pyramid.
The scroll is preserved intact.
The Book of Esther in Hebrew
The scroll is formed of 3 paper sheets containing 12 columns of the text with 42 lines, except for col. 10 with 11 lines divided into two parts.
The text of the Book of Esther with the vocalization is printed in the Ashkenazi stam script with tagin, in black ink. It reflects the text copied by an expert scribe and it shows scribal practices of typical Ashkenazi megillot, e.g. enlarged and diminished letters in Haman's sons section, enlarged letters ח (Es. 1:6) and ת (Es. 9:29).
Below the last column of the text in the scroll, the Hebrew inscription by Weisenberg, the scribe from Berlin, is placed:
כתב יד סופר ווייסנברג ברלין
A short biography and Geismar's immigration card are available https://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/exhibitions/bearing-witness/esther-scroll.asp (accessed on 24.10.2020).
Other exemplars of the megillah sharing the same illustrations are stored in the Jewish Museum in Prague (inv. nos. 095.541, 084.999, and 178.216 - ID no. 36312), in the MAHJ in Paris (Inv. 2009.17.015 and Inv. 2000.16.169), in the JTS Library in New York (S282 and S474), and other institutional and private collections.