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    Relics: Four Relics Related to Protestant Religious Leaders and Sites, from the Collection of J. S. Reigart, including: a small turned wood box, 1" diameter, enclosed in a 19th Century glass bottle with several notes, one of which reads, "Piece of the old Rigging Loft where the Methodists first worshiped in New York City at 120 William Street A.D. 1766"; another glass bottle, this one with a half-dozen stones, sealed at the top with a label reading, "Pieces of the Schloss Kirche where Martin Luther is buried"; a small block of wood, 1.5" x 1", labeled "The home of John Wesley, Epworth"; and, a large block of wood, 2.75" x 6.5" x 1.25", with an inset picture of Epworth Rectory and several paper labels, one of which reads, " Piece of the Epworth Rectory where Rev. John Wesley the founder of Methodism was born, Lincolnshire, England".

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    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
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