Cartonnage. Probably two or three different hands. Two fragments suffer from darkened papyrus and gesso obscuring the writing. The hand on fr. 1 is in a smooth Ptolemaic style similar to that in fr. 2; fr. 3 has a few awkward letters of various sizes, which may be a child's hand. Fr. 1: no margins, front, 6 lines written against the fibres, 1 deletion, mentions money; back, blank; fr. 2: bottom margin mostly intact, front, 4 lines written along the fibres, mentions the night? and wheat (this may be a letter); back, blank; fr. 3: no margins, 3? lines written along the fibres; back, blank.