Reliquary (4) - Aluminium, Paper - Early 20th century

Description
Reliquary (4) - Aluminium, Paper - Early 20th century
Germany

1 x Reliquary with a cloth relic of St. Brother Conrad of Parzham
Stainless steel / L: 4.0 cm / W: 3.3 cm, D: 1.0 cm with suspension / seal available
and unbroken. In the reliquary small picture of St. Conrad.

3 x tangible relics attached to the bones of St. Conrad:
1: Map with the image of the Dead St. Conrad (1515 cm x 10 cm).

2: Devotional figure of St. Conrad with the prayer of Cardinal Parcelli,
Pope Pius XII (10.5 cm x 7.0 cm).

3: Devotional picture of St. Conrad with prayer (11.0 cm x 5.5).

All three with the fabric relic and the corresponding seal.

Konrad von Parzham (originally Johannes Evangelist Birndorfer; born 22 December 1818 in Parzham in the parish of Weng near Bad Griesbach in the Red valley; † 21 April 1894 in Altötting) was a lay brother from the Capuchin Order. Pope Pius XI beatified Conrad of Parzham on June 15, 1930 and canonized him on May 20, 1934.

Lot details
No. of items
4
Object
Reliquary
Material
Aluminium, Paper
Estimated Period
Early 20th century
Country of Origin
Germany
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
1×3.3×4 cm
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