Relief from the Town Hall side shows a knight with a sword at his side, a representative giving the settlement city rights. He tells farmers which area the city will cover, and a sitting scribe describes this historic event. There are also the first builders of the city who dig the moat and build city embankments. In the distance you can see the sea.

Relief from the north shows boat builders building a sailing, merchant ship with two masts at the Darłowo shipyard. In the distance you can see middle-class tenement houses. Darłowo was famous for building reliable ships since the 14th century, which enabled sea trade and expeditions to Scania for salted fish.

Relief placed on the east side shows a holka that comes from a large Hanseatic koga. This holk with three masts had caravel planking, two foremasts and one Latin sail. She also had an enlarged top on the bow and stern. She was often used in Northern Europe.

From the south, the relief presents city pastures. There you can see a sheep shepherd and a knitting goose shepherdess. In the distance, the creator marked the silhouette of St. Mary's Church. For a small monthly fee, you could get your cattle, herds and geese grazed by the city shepherds. Goose meat, especially livers, was the best export product of old Darłowo.