In a note of 26 May 1902, after the first day of the sale, Durlacher wrote Morgan "I will carefully select two of the Della Robbia medallions." This medallion was recalled from the Metropolitan Museum of Art by J.P. Morgan, Jr., after his father's death, and installed in the Library ca. 1915-17.
The arms are azure, a bend only between three mounts, 2 and 1, each of three tops or; in chief a label of Anjou of four points gules, three lilies or. These arms appear on a shield having a white fluted disc as a background, within a wreath of fruit, flowers and wheat.