This is an elegant German canivet lace holy card, likely from the late 1800s. It is a black & white lithograph of Saint Leonhard (or Leonard) carrying a shepherd's crook and a book with the chains of freed prisoners hanging across his arm.
From Catholic Online:
Leonard or Lienard became one of the most venerated saints of the late Middle Ages. His intercession was credited with miracles for the release of prisoners, women in labor, and the diseases of cattle. His feast day is November 6, when he is honored with a festival at Bad Tölz, Bavaria.
The card has German markings indicating that is was printed in Nurnberg.
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