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Documented theca with first class relics of Saint Richard the King (Richard Pilgrim)

Round glass-fronted  silver theca housing first class ex ossibus (from the bone)  relic of Saint Richard the King (Richard Pilgrim),  accompanied by matching authentics document issued in 1954 by cardinal Clemente Micara (†1965) in a capacity of Vicar General of Rome.

Saint Richard the Pilgrim (also known as St. Richard of Wessex, St. Richard the King, St. Richard the Saxon, St. Richard of Swabia. St. Ricarius) is a saint of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches who, according to the tradition, renounced his royal estate and set off on the pilgrimage route to Italy, but died unexpectedly after developing a fever in Lucca, Tuscany.​ ​ ​He is particularly venerated at Heidenheim and Lucca. ​

Additional Info

  • ID#: 10-RSMIS-1
  • Size: 33 mm in diameter
  • Age: ca. 1954-dated, Vatican
  • Materials: silver
  • Price: $725
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