This important manuscript in the Malik Library contains a copy of the Shahnama bound together with the Khamsa of Nizami. The manuscript is bound in lacquered covers of the Qajar period, the front cover and back covers with floral decorations and the doublures showing Rustam killing Isfandiyar (front) and Rustam killing Ashkabus (back). There is a double illustration at the end of the Shahnama and before the start of the Khamsa, on ff. 340r-v. This shows Firdausi in a garden, with inscriptions on the buildings on the left (Firdausi, peace be upon him) and right ('bihisht'). On the reverse is a painting of the Shahnama being presented to Baysunghur by the calligrapher, Muhammad Mutahhar, surrounded by courtiers. Both pictures are reproduced in Najafi Baqir, Shahnama-yi Iran, pl. 60, 61.
The date at the end of the Khamsa is Sha'ban 833, that is a couple of months after the completion of the Baysunghuri manuscript in the Gulistan Palace Library. This version also contains the Baysunghuri preface on 13 pp. This follows the Preface in the Gulistan very closely, but at the end contains some additional material.
The decoration is nothing like as prolific or impressive as the famous Baysunghuri copy in the Gulistan.
Most of the illuminated sarlauhs come in the section devoted to the Khamsa: see ff. 2v, 9v, 341v (Makhzan al-asrar), 354v (Khusrau and Shirin), 393v (Layli and Majnun), 419v (Haft Paikar), 448v (Sharafnama), 487v (Iqbalnama).