Dorn 436, fols. 1v.-2. «Forty Hadith». The end of Shawwāl 903 AH/ June 1498 AD. Herat. The calligrapher Sultan Ali Mashhadi. Ornamental headpieces, margins of the second half of the 16 cent.
Dorn 422, fols. 1. Kulliyyat. 20 Ramadan 933 AH/ 25 June 1527 AD. The calligrapher Maqsood. The book was intended for library of Bahram Mirza. The decorative rosette.
Dorn 422, fols. 1 v.-2. Kulliyyat. 1527. The double frontispiece
Dorn 422. Kulliyyat. 1527. The gold embossed leather binding of the second quater of the 16 century was renovated in the beginning of the 19th century. (the empty parts of the leather without embossing were filled with a gold ornament )
Dorn 349, fols. 1v.-2. Collected Poems including Nizami's poem «The Storehouse of Mysteries» and Jami's «The Gift of Noble» (on the margins). 936 AH/ 1529–1530 AD.
Dorn 434, fols. 1 v.-2. «Hunting Tahmasp I ». The artist Sultan Muhammad (?) 1540s. The diptych, pasted into the beginning of the poem «The Chain of Gold»1549.
Dorn 434, fol. 3 v. «The Chain of Gold». 1 Shaban 956 AH/ 25 August 1549 AD. Ardebil. The calligrapher Shah Mahmud Nishapuri. The double frontispiece
Dorn 434 «The Chain of Gold». 1549. The lacquered binding. 983 AH/ 1575–1576 AD.
Dorn 434, fols. 81 v.-82. «Hunting Sultan Uzun Hasa». 1460–1470. The diptych, pasted into the end of the poem «The Chain of Gold»1549.
Dorn 256, fols. 1v.-2.. «The Music Majlis». The artist Mirza Ali. 1550s. The diptych, pasted into «The Tables» 978 AH/1570–1571 AD.
Dorn 256, fols. 10 v.-11.. «The Tables». 978 AH/1570–1571 AD. The calligrapher Mir Sayyid Ahmad al-Husayni al-Mashhadi al-Katib made it for the governor of Mazandaran Emir Sultan Murad Khan. The double miniature «Shah listens to spiritual instructions from a dervish». Blue margins covered with a gold pattern. The lacquered binding.
Dorn 256. «The Tables». 978 AH/ 1570–1571 AD. The lacquered binding depicting the scene «Hunting Shirin».
PNS 395, fols. 1 v.-2. «Joseph and Zulaikha». Rajab 956 AH/ July-August /1549 AD. The calligrapher Sultan Muhammad. The ornamental design on margins of the 18th cent.
PNS 395. «Joseph and Zulaikha». 956 AH/ 1549 AD. The lacquered binding the 18th cent. Joseph is being sold at the slave market, and Zulaikha recognizes him as the young man whom she once saw in a dream and fell in love.
PNS 248, fol. 51 v. «Joseph and Zulaikha». 930 AH/ 1523–1524 AD. The miniature «Zulaikha has a third dream about Joseph». the 18th cent. Kashmir (?)
Dorn 430, fol. 72. «Joseph and Zulaikha». 946 AH/ 1539–1540 AD. The calligrapher Farid. The miniature «Joseph in the palace of the ruler of Egypt»
Dorn 429, fols. 1 v.-2. «Rosary of the Pious». 1560s. The diptych «The Literary Majlis in the open country». Blue margins with gold sparks.
Dorn 429. «Rosary of the Pious». The lacquered binding depicting the scene «Khosrow encounters Shirin on the Hunt». 1560s–1570s.
PNS 109, fols. 1 v.–2. Kulliyyat. 1560s–1570s. The diptych «The Music Majlis in the open country».
PNS 109, fol. 77 v. Kulliyyat. 1560s–1570s. The first Diwan, part two. The opening headpiece, headpieces in the text on margins
Dorn 425. Fols. 2 v.-3. «The Gift of Noble». 1560s–1570s. Bukhara. The calligrapher Mir al-Husayn al-Husayni, known as Mir Kulango Мир Куланги. Colourful margins with a gold ornamental design and medallions.
Dorn 425, fos. 46. «The Gift of Noble». 1560s–1570s. Bukhara. The miniature «The flight of the turtle». The illustration to the parable about a boastful turtle whom ducks raised into the sky, and who cried to attract attention of people standing on the ground, and, at the same instant, fell down and got smashed up.
Dorn 426, fol. 50. «The Gift of Noble». 1560s–1580s. Qazvin. The miniature «The flight of the turtle». margins decorated with an ornamental design.
Dorn 426, fol. 64.
«The Gift of Noble». 1560s–1580s. Qazvin. The miniature «The old man and the young beauty».  The illustration to the parable about an old man who fell in love with a slender woman walking by. When, responding to the call of the old man, she answered that her hair was grey, his feelings became extinct at once, and, uncovering her face, the beauty said,'Don't ask me to come,
That which is disgusting for you, equally, is disgusting for us'.
PNS 145, fols. 50 v.-51. «Salaman and Absal ». Muharram989 AH/ February–March 1581 AD. The calligrapher Mullah Mir Muhammad ibn al-Husayni. Miniatures in medallions on colourful ornamental margins.
PNS 63, fols. 1 v.-2. Kulliyyat. 984 –14 Safar986 AH/ 1576 – 22 April 1578 AD. The frontispiece: rosettes bear Jami's writings containted in the Collected Works.
PNS 63, fol. 426 v. Kulliyyat. 1576–1578. A treatise on music. The opening headpiece.
PNS 116, fol. 1. «Baharestan». 1580s. The miniature «In the School»
PNS 116, fols. 13 v.-14. «Baharestan». 1580s. Pink margins with gold and silver pictures
PNS 193, fols. 9 v.–10. «Intimate Breezes from the Sacred Presences». 974 AH/1566–1567 AD, Damascus. The ornamental headpiece. Margins of the manuscript bear a supplement of Jami's disciple 'Abd al-Ghafur Larry to the anthology («Intimate Breezes from the Sacred Presences»), containing Jami's detailed biography. The supplement was rewritten by был the calligrapherом Gad-yi 'Ali al-Harawi in Delhi.
Dorn 206, fols. 81v.–82. Jami's textbook of Arabic grammar. Commentary on Ibn al-Hajib’s Arabic Grammar ’al-Kafiya». In Arabic. 10 Muharram 937 AH/ 2 September 1530 AD. The copyist Muhammad b. Hajji al-Yakuni.
АНС 481, fol. 10. «ami's textbook of Arabic grammar. Commentary on Ibn al-Hajib’s Arabic Grammar ’al-Kafiya». In Arabic. Rabbi‘ II 1225 AH/ May 1810 AD, the village Warka’and (Dagestan?). The scribe Sha‘ban b. Mullan.