The last three columns of the text in the scroll surrounded by hand-painted decoration including large Hebrew letters on a colorful background in the upper margins, a floral motif composed of trefoils in the lower margins, and floral decorations that fill the spaces between the text panels.
The manuscript is incomplete: it lacks its opening section (the text starts from Es. 1:7) and a fragment of the ninth chapter (Es. 9:7-21).
Its beginning is damaged and a part of the decoration is restored. Some parts of parchment membranes are very poorly preserved.
There are some stains on the sheets.
The Book of Esther in Hebrew + several verses from other biblical books written on the margins
Text columns include 13 lines.
The text is inscribed in the Hebrew square Oriental script, in black ink, on the flesh side of the sheets that is bright, whereas the other side of the sheets is yellow, smooth, and shiny.
The letter ת (Es. 9:29) is slightly larger than an average letter in the scroll.
The ruling is made with a hardpoint along with the membranes. The spaces between the lines are equal to the height of the letters, therefore, the letters could be inscribed between two lines.
For another scroll decorated with large Hebrew letters in the margins see ID 27379.
A short description of the manuscript in Spanish and its images are available on http://ceres.mcu.es (accessed on 27.10.2020).