On one side of this stele, the great king of Egypt is seen as a child with a bare torso. Here his braid is falling to the side of the shaved head, a characteristic for the young prince. He wears a heavy earring and holds his finger to his mouth. In front of the figure, the coronation name Ramses II indicates precisely that this is a portrait of the sovereign already enthroned. On the other hand, the god Ptah is seen.
Hand-patinated reproduction, the original is on display at the Louvre.