The MS M.383 was almost certainly longer when it was first written; its text makes various references to sections on ax, dagger, and grappling which are not present in the book's current state (though they may never have been completed). Furthermore, there are several points where exactly eight figures are absent compared to the Getty and Pisani Dossi manuscripts.
The Morgan manuscript is composed of individual cut leaves rather than quires of bifolia, which means that there is no indicator of the original order of the surviving pages. The following speculative reconstruction is based on the manuscript contents and the organization of the other surviving copies; given that no fragment of the dagger section remains on which to base a reconstruction, none will be attempted. Attempting to simulate the collation is also pointless, since determining the quire size is impossible.