Mould or stamp, with incised design on both sides. Described Frederick Hilton Price (a previous owner) as a "Cake Stamp (?) deeply cut on both sides ; on one is represented an altar, and on the other a rude figure of Baubo". (1897, p.423, no. 3517). Purchased at Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 12-20 July 1911 (Hilton Price collection) lot 352 (1 of 8): "A mould in hard sandstone, one side with figure of Baubo, the other with altar of Asklepios; Roman date".