This roundel probably represents the members of a confraternity or honorary society. In the nineteenth century, this glass roundel was in a castle on the Moselle River, the home of Baron von Liebig, a collector of stained glass.
Marking: Arms: argent, a rooster guled, with crown beak and talons or.
From Schloß Niederburg, Gondorf.
; Baroness Angelica von Liebieg, Gondorf, Germany ; [ Galerie für Glasmalerei, Zurich (sold 1980)]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "One Hundred Tenth Annual Report of the Trustees for the Fiscal Year July 1, 1979, through June 30, 1980." Annual Report of the Trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 110 (1980). p. 41.
Caviness, Madeline H., ed. Stained Glass Before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I). Studies in the History of Art, Vol. 15. Washington, D.C.: National Art Gallery, 1985. p. 135.
Wixom, William D., ed. Mirror of the Medieval World. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1999. no. 290, pp. 228–29.