AE 88 x 100 mm
Obverse: .Max. / .Biach. / .1910., portrait of Max Biach right
Reverse: OΔEBIOΣ – ΠPAΞIΣOY / ΠOIHΣIΣ / EΣTIN. / APIΣTOT., a man sitting in a home library with a book on his lap, to his right a woman giving him an olive branch, holding the shuttlecock of a loom in her other hand
Max Biach (1850-1912) was a Czech-Austrian textile manufacturer and print collector.
Heinrich Kautsch (1859-1943), was an Austrian sculptor and medallist who worked in Paris as of 1889 and in 1893 was a member of the Jury of Fine Arts at the Chicago World’s Fair. In addition to medals and plaques, Heinrich Kautsch also created a number of funerary monuments, which can be found in Amsterdam, Prague, Meran, and Salzburg.