Print Volume 120
Numbering Hand-numbered
Size Europe Standard
Arian Buhler
Notes The 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.