Psalms 49 is written in 5.5 uneven lines along the upper side of the greyish sheet. It is written in averge-sized cursive letters that grow larger with the text and whose boldness varies. The text is getting more and more spacious between the lines between both words and letters within the text. By the end of the first line, beside the word "harp" (Psalms 49:5, KJ 4 a violin in modern Hebrew), a violin is drawn. On the other side the number 39 is written in Hebrew letters on the lower right. "ל"ט"