Harpocrates half-kneeling, to left, on a lotus flower with two buds, his right leg inside the cup of the flower. The baseline appears as a piece of land, indicating the primeval mound (?). The right hand of Horus is raised to his mouth, his left holds a flail. On the top of his head, a six-pointed star and ten rays. To the left of his head, a six-pointed star, to the right, a crescent open to top. On the left, beside the lotus flower, a lizard crawling to top.
Ouroboros enclosing a Greek inscription in five lines: σουμαρ|τααβλανα|θαναλβαα|κραμαχα|μαρλ → σουμαρτα, Ἀβλαναθαναλβα-palindrome, variant of Ἀκραμμαχαμαρεί. Greek inscription around the edge, outside the snake: ασαεηι|σηωσιεσ|οευε|ω|βεεσσακαωθμ|λαδω → unidentified voces.
Post-antique. For a gem in the British Museum that may have been designed after this drawing, see CBd-988
. For a similar design, see also CBd-2880
, IX 35
, no. 13 (with earlier literature)