This is a stunning vintage station likely once used in a church. The scene shows Jesus on His knees while Simon the Cyrenian helps lift some of the weight. Behind Simon is a member of the Sanhedrin wearing rich robes and jewels. He is pointing at Simon forcing him to help Our Lord.
The colors of the lithograph are still vibrant particularly Christ’s Halo and red robes.
Please Note: There is no protective glass and the both the frame and lithograph have a few scratches. The most noticeable scratch is along Christ’s hand. The roman numeral for this station is also missing. Please See Pictures.
This is a beautiful antique station of the cross from the turn of the century. It is a relief scene of Jesus at He is taken down from the cross. There are several figures in the scene; some weeping, while others are on the ladder. Their expressions of sorrow and loss are very moving.
This piece is made of plaster designed to look like aged wood.
This is a set of holy cards representing two of the Stations of the Cross: III and IV. Each is made of mixed media with a wooden cross, a ribbon, and a small photograph. All of this is laid against an intricate lace card stock background. What a shame the rest of the set has been lost.
Written in ink on the reverse of Station III is "Confirmation March 6, 1955."