Signature: Fadl 'Ali: The signature of this artist appears on the following folios: 106r, 116r, 129v, 162r, 170v, 184r, 193v, 203r, 214r, 244v, 278r, 292v, 299r, 331v, 347r, 354r, 422r (dated 1140 for 1104/1692).
Mu'in Musavvir:The name of this well-known artist is inscribed on the following folios: 116r, 162r, 170v, 176v, 184r, 193v, 203r, 214r, 230r (dated 1104/1693), 244v (dated 1104/1693), 278r, 282r (dated 1104/1693), 292r, 299r and 422r. The inscription 'Mu'in Musavvir' almost always appears below the miniature (an exception is 278r where his name is found on a tambourine), as well as on illustrations also bearing the signature of Fadl 'Ali (the exceptions are 23r and 282r, on which only Mu'in's name appears).
'Ali Naqi ibn Shaikh 'Abbasi:The signature of this artist is found on the following three illustrations: 'Faridun Laments as the Head of Iraj is Brought before Him' (fol. 24v), 'Siyavush Displays his Skill before Afrasiyab' (fol. 100r) and 'Siyavush and Farangis Wed' (102r). These illustrations are dated 1014, which has been read by Jackson and Yohannan and Robinson as 1104.
Ghulam Parmak (or Pir Beg): His signature is inscribed between columns of text on 'Zal Displays his Prowess before King Manuchihr' (fol. 43v) along with the date 1019. Jackson and Yohannan have read the name as Ghulam Parmak, while Robinson suggested Pir Beg. Robinson read 1019 as 1109/1698.
An artist signing with the epithet 'O Lord of our Time' (Ya Sahib al-Zaman): Three illustrations (fols. 73v, 110v, 151v) found in the manuscript are signed with this epithet. Robinson records 110v as being dated 1107/1696; Jackson and Yohannan, on the other hand, do not mention a date.
Inscription: There are a number of seals and inscriptions that provide information on the history of this manuscript, see Jackson and Yohannan, 1914, pp. 30-32.