The Netherlands, circa 1900
These 3 marble altar parts with the inscription "Altare privilegiatum quotidianum perpetuum" ("privileged altar, from day to day to eternity") are from a Catholic Church. A privileged altar is an altar where there is a full indulgence every time a mass is celebrated.
The carrara marble is in good condition. On the back of the parts there are traces from the last mounting.
Size: long parts: 110 cm long, 19 cm high, 8 cm, deep; short part (without text) 57 cm long, 19 cm high, 8 cm deep.
Due to its weight, the lot should be picked up in De Meern near Utrecht. Transport to foreign countries is at the buyer’s cost and to be arranged by the buyer.
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This lot is required to be picked up
Due to the size or fragility of this lot, the seller requires it to be picked up from De meern (Netherlands).
After winning this lot, you’ll receive the exact pickup address. You’ll also have the possibility to contact the seller to arrange the pickup.