The scrolls from Morocco range greatly in age, topic, and material. MS 1003 is one of two complete scrolls in the Singer collection. Written on klaf parchment and around 240 years old, it is a complete scroll of Esther with the original roller. MS 1020, 1025, 1054, and 1055 are all written in the same Spanish / Moroccan hand on deep warm gevil, which remains well-preserved despite the fragments' estimated age of 400 to 450+ years (making them among the oldest in the collection). MS 1042 is placed at a younger 230 and written in a North African calligraphy pattern on gevil. Lastly, MS 1058 has a number of distinguishing written features detailed more in the fragment's individual page and is estimated to be around 190 years old.