Reverse: At top, to l. and r., CRIS TVS; in l. field, ICH BIN/ DAS LEM/ LEIN DAS/ DER WE/ LT SVND/ TREGT. IO/ HANES AM/ (Christ, I am the lamb that taketh away the sin of the world, from John I); in r. field, I. CAPT/ NIMANT/ KVMPT/ ZV DEM/ VATER D/ AN DVRCH/ MICH IO/ AM XIIII (No man cometh unto the Father but by me, from John XIV ) - bust of Christ, r.; above head, the holy dove; border of tiny birds (the holy dove?) on a raised ring.
Unique, formerly in the collection of the Chorherrenstift (Augustinian Abbey) at Klosterneuberg, Austria. Probably made in 1521 of two uniface medals joined together. The portrait of Luther is strikingly similar to that by Lucas Cranach, 1521, just before Luther's departure for Worms. Obv. perhaps by Nuremburg goldsmith Hans Glimm, a friend of Durer who in turn was a close friend of Cranach (HG found below the truncation on the obv. on three of the four known lead obverses: Berlin, Gotha and Weimar. Rev. image of Jesus identical to a work by Peter Floetner, and has the same legend; Bible.John.14.6. Habich suggested that the artist HG might have been Hans Guldenmund or Hieronymus Gaertner.