Isaiah Shachar opens the section dealing with amulets with a very weathered image of a Kamea, which was constructed in Germany sometime during the 17/18th century. The amulet is virtually illegible in parts, however, by carefully investigating its component parts, I was able to work a full reconstruction.
As it is, the item is comprised of several of the standard Divine Names often employed in Kameot, i.e. the Ineffable Name, the "Name of Seventy-two Names," the "Forty-two Letter Name of God," etc., as well as verses and abbreviations of sections of the Hebrew Bible relevant to the fundamental intention behind its construction. So, finding this amulet most intriguing, I decided to restore the image with the convenient facilities of a modern day computer. As shown below, the format of the final image is virtually identical with that of the original handwritten Kamea:
[click on the image to see the large version]
(Analysis to follow)