A: A lion standing to right on a baseline, with a bull's head at the front. B: Man standing to right, left hand holding a scepter, right hand a shield, a rod (?) on the top of his head. Greek inscription in one line on the right side of the scepter: οινθαραιλθαμθυλαχαβρασαξθουθ → voces including Ἀβρασάξ, variant of Θώθ, below the figure: αβλαναθαναλελ → variant of Ἀβλαναθαναλβα-palindrome. Inscription covers the entire figure. On the body: ι.λ ... ει|ου|αευουι|ευουιλ|ωουιλει||ουιαεμ|υιαευο|ηλενου|αεωου|ιεωου||ιαευι|ιασνου; on the right arm: λιν|νου|αι; on the left arm: ι.λε|οιιο|νιλ; on the right leg: ηου|υολ|ελυ; on the left leg: οινε|λυμ|νιε → voces including vocales.
For gems possibly designed after this drawing, see CBd-1636 in the Skoluda Collection, and CBd-2881 form the Müller Collection in Bonn.