design features the Norse god Freyr holding Gungnir, Odin's spear, and
a boar from Norse mythology named Gullinbursti (also referred to as
Slíđrugtanni). The boar was created in a furnace as a gift to Freyr and
its name refers to its gold mane which glows in the dark.|
Unlike all other European lithographs so far, Reykjavik had centering issues. Many lithos were not perfectly centered both vertically and horizontally, resulting in some having a very small amount of space to write the numbers at the bottom. The hand-numbering is also not in the usual position - Although still found generally in the bottom-right corner, they are significantly closer to the middle of the lithograph.