Relic Plenary indulgence granted by Pope Leo X for the visit of the Cathedral of Trêves Numbered 2-25 Late 19th century

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Relic Plenary indulgence granted by Pope Leo X for the visit of the Cathedral of Trêves Numbered 2-25 Late 19th century
The frame needs to be restored

Wood. Relic. Robe de NS Jésus-Christ;Trêves 1844.
Plenary indulgence granted by Holiness the Pope Leo X for those who visit the Cathedral of Trêves to honour is the holly robe of Jesus.
This relic is numbered 2-25.
The Saint-Pierre de Trèves Cathedral has been an episcopal church for 1700 years; It is oldest in Germany.
It is said that Helen, mother of Emperor Constantine, brought back Christ’s garment without seam in Trèves. The existence of the holy tunic is first mentioned during the 11th century, but its story is only confirmed from the 12th century, when it is transferred on May 1st, 1196from the western choir to the new altar of the eastern choir.
Publicly exhibited in 1810, the tunic attracted over two hundred thousand people. For the new solemn exhibition of 1844, the number went over a million. The last special exhibition of the Holy tunic was in 1996. It gathered 700,000 pilgrims.

In average condition. The frame needs to be restored, but the glass is in good condition.
Presence of a gilding.

Size: 19 cm x 14.5 cm.
Weight: 191 g.
Will be packed with care and shipped with tracking number.
Please take a good look at the pictures.

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