MS 1059 is one of two complete scrolls in the Singer collection. Originating in Israel, it contains the complete book of Genesis and the first eight chapters of Exodus. It is by far the largest fragment in the collection, being over 41 feet long. It is estimated to be 90 years old and is written on Klaf Mashuach parchment. The roller and calligraphy are also of particular note and are described in greater detail on the manuscript's page.