The named inscriptions are as follows:
The large tear-drop shape:
"The slave of the king, Sayf al-Din, the emir of the city"
Sayf al-Din may be the same as Amir Sayf al-Din who was in Samarqand and was asked by Timur to join him for the invasion of the Mongol regions of Khata and Jata. (Ibn 'Arabshah: 'ajayib al-maqdur fi akhbar timur, translated into Persian by M.'A. Nejati, Teheran, 1339 sh., p. 195). He, together with Timur's grandson Muhammad Sultan are described as the two who established the furthest domain of Timur in Ishbara (?) the lands of the Mongols (p. 196). He died in Khurasan circa 805/1402-3 (p. 197).
In the margin is a Persian couplet including the word sayf 'Sword'
The lobed tear shape seal : "Confident in the Absolute King, His (God's) servant Yusif ibn Ahmad"
Other 15th-16th century seals include the names: Shams al-Din ibn Jalal al-Din Jilani, Abi 'Ali Khidr al-Rumi, Haji Muhammad ibn Haji, Ahmad, Murshid ibn Ahsan, Vays Pahlavan ibn Shah Mansur, Mawlana Muhammad, Quli, Qawam al-Din, Mahmud ibn Husayn, Zayn al-'Abidin, Amir Hamza, Muhammad Sharif dated 983/1575-6.
Others from later periods include the names: Sultan Muhammad 1329/1911, Mustafa 278/1861-2, Yar Muhammad 1161/1748-9, Muhammad Hasan 1243/1827-8, 'Ali Riza 1153/1740-41, Sharaf Jahan 1151/1738-9, 'Abd al-Mutallib 1143/1730-31, Na'ila 1278/1861-2, Muhammad Khalil 115/1737-8, Sulayman 137/1889-90, Rajab'ali 1252/1836-7, Mihrab 112/1708-09.
The talismanic intaglios include two dated 1060/1650 and 1062/1651-2, both with the nada 'Ali quatrain, one with a quotation from the Qur'an and the date 178/1667-8, one with Qur'an, sura al-saff (lxi), parts of v.13 and sura al-ikhlas (cxii), one with a prayer.