Details of the manuscript and the images are provided by Dr Farhad Mehran. As is evident from the microfilm, the manuscript is in very poor condition.
Attempts to see it while in Mumbai in 2011 were unsuccessful and there appeared to be no record of the manuscript. It has therefore not been examined by members of the Project.
As is clear from the discovery of some folios belonging to this MS, now in private hands, it has evidently been at least partly dispersed; it is currently incomplete.
The images are numbered in the order in which they narrate the Shahnama text, not according to their folio numbers, which are not currently known.
Note that according to Khaleghi-Motlagh (1985), 388-89, following the earlier descriptions of Mehdi Gharavi, the MS has 309 folios and 25 lines per page. However, the dispersed pages collected by Mehdi Gharavi all have 24 lines per page (48 baits without rubrics). The number of folios altogether is not clear, neither are the dimensions of the text block, which vary quite considerably..
See also references to Gharavi, in Simorgh 3 (2535), 3-13 and speeches at the Second Festival of Tus (Tehran, 1356/2535), pp. 45-56.
The two sides of the first folio, with the end of the king list of the Preface and the start of the poem, are reproduced in Zhila Nasiri, Mu'arrifi-yi nuskha-ha-yi Shahnama, pp. 14-15, as is a text page, p. 18.