This is a harder to find marble, with a chalk standing rooster figure. The figure is slightly to the left interior of the marble. There are a few very tiny interior bubbles, and there are eight or nine light surface dings. The polished pontil is to the rear of the rooster. The oddity of this marble is that it has a 1" circle depression at the base of the marble. Was it possibly used as the head of a cane in it's early life? There is no way of knowing for sure, but the impression is old as is the marble. It is not a reproduction. This is part of a German sulfide marble collection which was assembled over years of dedicated searching. It can be purchased separately or as part of the collection.