Description: Upright oval (almost oblong), both faces straight. Shape 8–9. Greenish brown jasper (heliotrope). Small chip at the edge (right side of the obverse).
A: Harpocrates sitting nude, to left, with knees drawn up, on a lotus flower with two buds. Right hand raised to mouth, left hand holding a flail, head crowned with the solar disk. Above him, a star and a scarab with outstretched wings. Below, a crocodile, to right. On the sides: swallows facing inwards (top), scorpions crawling to top (center), rearing snakes with 'hands' raised in a protective gesture. (For an interpretation, cf. CBd-2.) The scene is encircled by concentric motifs made up of dots and an Ouroboros, head at top to right. Around, in the free field, eighteen stars.
B: Inscription horizontally: πεπτε → πέπτε. 'Digest!' Around: large characteres (bottom right: Chnoubis-sign).
Jonge, CdE, no. 1161.
Maaskant-Kleibrink 1978, 357, no. 1125.
Michel, DMG, 19.4.d_2.
Nagy 2012, comm. ad Bonner IV 60-61
Rijksmuseum website on CBd-1242