Inscription: Inscription one: "This Holy Qur'an is copied by the great Ustad Aqa Ghulam 'Ali and was given as a gift by his paternal uncle on the occasion of the birth of the one and only beloved Prince Tahmasp Mirza, Mu'ayyad al-Dawla (1809–77, Tahmasp Mirza was the son Fath 'Ali Shah's eldest son, Muhammad 'Ali Mirza, known as Dawlatshah). The late 'Abd Muhammad 'Ali [originally] copied this Qur'an in ghubar (tiny) for the King (Fath 'Ali Shah, r. 1798–1834), so that he could carry it in his pocket at all times ---- Ibrahim Qajar" (could be Ibrahim Khan, Zahir al-Dawla, nephew of Agha Muhammad Khan and later step-son and son-in-law of Fath 'Ali Shah who died in 1240/1824 and also served as governor of Kirman.
Inscription two: God is Great--- First sentence contains Arabic prayers …. On the date of birth of the beloved son Muhammad Ja'far Khan______ on Thursday, twelfth of Holy month of Safar 1274/1 October 1857
Inscription three: God is Great-- By coincidence, tonight, Tuesday, 11th of the Holy month of Ramadan, I decided to transfer gifts of Qur'ans and other objects that I had [in my possession] to my dear and beloved children. One of them, Ja'far Khan went and brought this very Qur'an that corresponds to his date of birth. I gave him the Qur'an with the blessing of those present and respect for this Holy Qur'an. I hope it brings him good fortune and longevity-------
Consequently, on this hour-
…Monday, 11 Ramadan 1284/ 6 January 1867