Another contemporary copy of the Tarikh-i Jahangusha-yi Khaqan Sahibqiran, complete with all its miniatures exists in the British Museum and it is in this example that A.H.Morton found both the title of the work and the name of the author. Eleanor Sims writes that until this juncture, the text of the manuscript had remained unidentified, but had several provisional names (Eleanor Sims, 'A Dispersed Late-Safavid copy of the Tarikh-i Jahangusha-yi Khaqan Sahibqiran, published in Sheila R. Canby (ed.) Safavid Art and Architecture, Cambridge, 2002, p. 54). Stchoukine called it a 'History of Shah Isma'il'; B.W.Robinson, writing of another miniature apparently from the same manuscript called it called it Tarikh-i 'alam ara-yi Shah Isma'il.
See also the note for the preceding lot.