The group of figures "Noon" from about 1861 was created by Johannes Schilling. Noon is in the shape of a bearded young man with a corona in his curly hair. With his right hand he holds up a laurel wreath. The boy at his side, stretching towards it, symbolises the striving for fame. The second young man, on the other hand, digs without looking up with the spade in the ground. He symbolises the simple everyday work that produces the fruits that Noon holds in his left hand. Limited to 10 pieces.