The page is signed: Dar Kitab-khana-ye navvab-e mamlekat-madar-e 'adalat shi'ar vali-ye molk-e khurasan Husayn Khan Shamlu semat-e tahrir yaft be-dar al-saltanah harat 1007 (It was written in the library of His Highness, the Seat of Grandeur, Excelling in Justice, the Governor of the Province of Khorassan, Husayn Khan Shamlu in the capital Herat 1007 (1598-99 AD)). Husayn Khan was the father of Hasan Shamlu who is reported as having taken on his father's positions after his death as the Chief of the Shamlu tribe, Commander-in-Chief in Khorassan, and Governor of Herat (Iskandar Beyg Munshi, Dhayl-e tarikh-e 'alam ara-ye 'abbasi, Soheyli-Khwansari (ed.), Tehran, 1317, p. 287).
Both sides of the page have ghazals and quatrains, including those bearing the pennames of Sa'di, Mujir and Anvari. The central couplet on the recto is identified as 'Qazi Nuri Isfahani' who may be Qazi Nurullah, who held the post of the Judge in Herat and is said to have written beautiful poems. He died in AH 927/1520-21 AD.