Satirical medals of Pietro Aretino
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
There are two satirical medals depicting Italian Renaissance writer Pietro Aretino. One of these medals is currently at the Bargello., another is in a private collections, says the book Aretino's Satyr: Sexuality, Satire, and Self-Projection in Sixteenth-Century Literature and Art by Raymond B. Waddington.
The book Handbuch der Sexualwissenschaften by Albert Moll was the first to feature one of those medals and called them "Bronzespottmedaille auf Pietro Aretino" and explained that the front view shows a "Satyrbüste" (satyr bust) and the backside "An Stelle der Haare Phalli" (phalli instead of hair).