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Wooden-based Icon with nine panels from the New Testament. In the center panels, Jesus in Judgment, flanked by Mary and St. John Top smaller panels depicts the Visitation, The Nativity, and the Baptism of Jesus. Bottom panels depict the Entry into Jerusalem, the Crucifixion, and decent into Hell. Top has semi-circular floral design. Golden background with Greek lettering on each panel.

1900s
9" x 5"

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