First fol. missing. Attached to the volume is a postcard from Baroch Tolidano (ברוך טולידאנו), dated Tiberias 4 Iyar 5688 (1928-04-24)., A Judeo-Arabic translation of Proverbs, Oriental Hebrew square script, and Allony & Kupfer 1964, # 212
Description partly based on Trautner-Kromann, 1981. For further bibliographical data and references, see Trautner-Kromann,1981 and 1994, and the IMHM record., Letter to the Jews of Rome, attributed to Joḥanan ben Zakkai, with a commentary, German Hebrew cursive script, Allony & Kupfer 1964, # 171, Trautner-Kromann, Hanne: "Et hebraisk skrift mod kristendommen fra år 53? En undersøgelse af Cod. Sim. Hebr. nr. 93". Fund & Forskning, vol. 25, 1981, pp. 7-18., and "The Enigmatic Iggeret Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai: A Polemical Letter against Christianity". Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division B, Volume 1. Jerusalem 1994, pp. 69-75.
Possibly by Isaac Luria or by one of his disciples. For details on contents, see IMHM record, Kabbalistic commentary on the Shmoneh 'esreh, Old German Hebrew cursive script, and Allony & Kupfer 1964, # 140
Incomplete (= fol. 73-80 from a larger manuscript)., Instructions for writing Kabbalistic amulets, Oriental Rabbinic Hebrew script, 'Brillenbuchstaben' on fols. 2a and 5b, and Allony & Kupfer 1964, # 184
Names mentioned: Ya'aqov ben Simḥa Segal (יעקב בן שמחה סגל), Rivka bat Yitsḥaq(ריבכא בת יצחק), Peska (פכסכא), T. Simonsen, D. Simonsen, J. M. Levin, Jac. Simonsen. With stamp (relief) of M. H. Hartig, OKB [overkirkebetjent = gabbai/shammesh)., List of aliyot etc. in connection with an engangement/wedding (?), Hebrew cursive script, and partly in Hebrew square script and Danish cursive script
Several illuminations in colour; coloured borders on all pages. On front cover possible owner's mark / location ( ...די אנקונא...) and the date 5483 (1722/1723 CE). Parchment binding., Haggadah, Italian square and cursive Hebrew script, and Allony & Kupfer 1964, # 185