1″ Agnus Dei die-struck cloisonne enamel lapel pin with 8mm post and butterfly clutch mounted on a thick, two-sided deep purple card stock with a yellow edge.
This pin depicts Jesus as the resurrected, triumphant Agnus Dei carrying the vexillum.
John the Baptist was the first to identify Jesus as the Lamb of God, or Agnus Dei, in Latin. This identification inaugurated Jesus’ public ministry of teaching and preaching God’s message of love and forgiveness.
Below the enamel pin are the words:
“Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world.”
On the back of the card are the same words in Latin:
Ecce Agnus Dei, ecce qui tollit peccata mundi.
The purple field of the card features a vintage engraving of an Agnus Dei taken from a Preconciliar Missal.
The pin and card are suitable for gifting. Pin can be removed from the card and used normally.