The reverse shows the front view and the side profile of the Mystic Wolf in its calm state. You can tell the Mystic Wolf is looking out in the distance to scan the landscape.
The front view of the mystical wolf is expertly struck, so that it appears as if the mystical wolf is a ghosted image in the background. The fine detail and relief of Razor combine to create this effect.
The obverse is awe-inspiring, showing the snarling mouth of the wolf. His teeth are struck in ultra-high relief, and the spaces between them are inserted into the surface, which gives a wonderful contrast.
The tilted effigy is shown where the nose of the wolf is and provides yet another layer of ultra-high relief.