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This Stained Glass Window of Christ is believed to be approximately 200 years old and is from a Church in England. It shows a standing depiction of Christ with palms out-stretched. The Plaque below his sandaled feet says "THE WORD OF THE LORD ENDURETH FOR EVER", encased in a wreath with four gold bows as de core. Christ is standing on a fancifully depicted marble stand

The banner encircling Christ's head reads "COME UNTO ME ALL YE THAT LABOUR." The Banner above read ":NEC TMEM CONSUMBATUR:" The sides of the piece are highly enscolled; square bottom; arched top. {Note--The variations of the colors of the picture are due to the difficulty in photographing large pieces of Stained Glass--the true color/brightness of the whole window is that of the top of the body of Christ and the lower portion of the lower panel--the whole window is comprised of four panels.}--the window is 15 feet tall and 26 inches wide....(RE-414).....$16,300

[Note: If you have an interest in stained glass from a different church; we have a 5 panel set (15 feet wide x 12 feet tall) of Alpha, Michael, Christ, St George, Omega--photos available on request.]






This stone icon with the head of Jesus with rays radiating out from the head is thought to be from the mid-1100's. (The color of the upper image is the true color.) This icon measures 3 1/4 inches wide x 2 1/8 inches tall x 1/4 inches thick--it appears to have been carved from marble.....(RE-615).....$2600.


A stone head from a statue from an English Cathedral--on many occasions, part of old buildings fall, creating a bit of a danger being near, this head is estimated to have created in the mid-1600's....(RE-442).....$1360












During The Byzantine Empire, many religious symbols, crosses, steps to heaven, angels...,were used on the coinage...this Gold Solidus of Justinian I dates from 527-565 A.D.--Obverse: Justinian I Helmeted and Cuirassed bust holding a cross; Reverse: Angel with spread wings holding a long staff and a cross on top of a globe--20 mm--Extra Fine condition....(RE-572)....$745


Russian religious at late 1700's and early 1800's held icons in highiconregard and prestige. This is formed from brass (10 inches tall x 8 3/4 inches wide) with it's excellent enameling (utilizing deep cavities for the enamel); notice, also the elongations of the fingers and the writing in and around the crowns; totally intact..(RE-374)...$950