Ring of Pope John Paul II

Replica of The Ring of Fishermen

John Paul II Papal Ring

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  • True-to-detail replication of the original ring of St. John Paul II
  • Fully plated with 24-carat gold
  • Engraved with the phrase ‘Totus Tuus’ – the personal motto of Pope John Paul I
  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Medium
Cena: € 39.95

Order your Ring of Pope John Paul II – Replica of The Ring of Fishermen for just €39.95 (just €3.95 P&P)!

The Ring of the Fisherman is an official part of the regalia traditionally worn by the Pope, who is not only the head of the Catholic Church, but the successor of Saint Peter – one of Jesus’ first disciples and a fisherman by trade. It is thought that the piece of jewellery was first used by Pope Clement IV in 1265 to seal a private letter that was being sent to his nephew and until 1842, the signet was used by every succeeding Pope as a means of signing official documents such as the Papal Brief. Traditionally, after the death or resignation of a Pope, his ring is destroyed so that it cannot be used to seal any further correspondence. As a new Pope is elected, he receives a new, unique Fisherman Ring (otherwise known as a Papal Ring) as a symbol of the bond that binds him with the Church.

Expertly reproduced in the same size as Pope John Paul II’s original ring, you can now own a spectacular museum-like replica for the extraordinary price of just €39.95 (just €3.95 P&P)!

Rest assured that you have no further commitments and your purchase is protected by The Dublin Mint Office 14 day “no quibble” guarantee. You have no further obligations.

Cena: € 39.95
Diameter: :
25 mm
Weight::
9.7 g
Alloy::
Brass
Finishing::
24-carat gold plating

Order your Ring of Pope John Paul II – Replica of The Ring of Fishermen for just €39.95 (just €3.95 P&P)!

The Ring of the Fisherman is an official part of the regalia traditionally worn by the Pope, who is not only the head of the Catholic Church, but the successor of Saint Peter – one of Jesus’ first disciples and a fisherman by trade. It is thought that the piece of jewellery was first used by Pope Clement IV in 1265 to seal a private letter that was being sent to his nephew and until 1842, the signet was used by every succeeding Pope as a means of signing official documents such as the Papal Brief. Traditionally, after the death or resignation of a Pope, his ring is destroyed so that it cannot be used to seal any further correspondence. As a new Pope is elected, he receives a new, unique Fisherman Ring (otherwise known as a Papal Ring) as a symbol of the bond that binds him with the Church.

Expertly reproduced in the same size as Pope John Paul II’s original ring, you can now own a spectacular museum-like replica for the extraordinary price of just €39.95 (just €3.95 P&P)!

Rest assured that you have no further commitments and your purchase is protected by The Dublin Mint Office 14 day “no quibble” guarantee. You have no further obligations.

Cena: € 39.95
Specifications
Diameter: :
25 mm
Weight::
9.7 g
Alloy::
Brass
Finishing::
24-carat gold plating