German Lithograph Prints

Renner and Gustin Family

These five lithographic prints for religious certificates reflect much-copied designs of the Arts and Crafts Movement (1861 – 1896 in England) with intent to recapture spirit and quality of European medieval craftsmanship. William Morris and his associates architect Phillip Webb and painters Ford Madox Brown and Edward Burne-Jones produced metalwork, jewelry, wallpaper, textiles, furniture and books, whose designs were imitated and copied.

Mike Gustin & Rose Renner Church Marriage Certificate June 7, 1937

Thomas Gustin’s German Communion Certificate
(translation of above German text by Fr. Louie Renner)

A Souvenir of his First Holy Communion
Thomas Gustin received the First Holy Communion in St. Anthony’s Church in St. Anthony on April 11, 1915, by Father Augustine, OSB

Anton Renner & Rose Bohl Church Marriage Certificate June 23, 1936
Frank Renner & Clementina Bullinger Church Marriage Certificate May 21, 1934

Frank Renner’s German Communion Certificate
(translation of above German text by Fr. Louie Renner)
Souvenir of the first holy Communion, Frank Renner, received the first holy Communion in the Church of St. Anthony in St. Anthony on June 2, 1912, by Rev. A. Seitzer

Latin inscriptions translated:
Agnus: Esteemed as the Paschal Lamb. A hymn to the Most Blessed Sacrament. Manna: Manna is given to our forefathers. A hymn to the Most Blessed Sacrament. Aqua: Water is changed into wine. Panes: Loaves are multiplied.

 


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