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Old Everlast Infant of Prague Religious Floater Mechanical Pencil
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This item is already soldOld Everlast Infant of Prague Religious Floater Mechanical Pencil
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The picture shows views of this Old Everlast Infant of Prague Religious Floater Mechanical Pencil. This pencil is not dated but it is old. with the pencl upright you see a gold band in the center. When the pencil is move with the tip up, the gold band moves like a wall downward to reveal a miniature statue of the Infant of Prague. The statue is in some type of oil. It is marked on the pocket clip as follows:


The mechanical pencil is in working order and it comes wit lead inside. It measures 5'' long. It appears to be in near mint condition as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some history and information on the Infant of Prague:

Infant Jesus of Prague
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Infant Jesus of Prague (Czech Pra?ské Jezulátko) is a famous statue of infant Jesus located in the Church of Our Lady Victorious in Malá Strana, Prague. Its earliest history can be traced back to the year 1628 when a small, 48 centimeters in height, exquisite statue of wax Infant Jesus was brought into Bohemia by a Spanish Princess Polyxena von Lobkowitz, who became greatly attached to the Carmelites. This princess had been given the statue as a wedding gift by her mother, Maria Manriquez de Lara of Spain, and the statue was given to the Discalced Carmelites in Prague. Upon presenting it, the pious princess uttered a prophetic statement to the religious: ''Venerable Fathers, I bring you my dearest possession. Honor this image and you shall never want''. The statue was set upon the oratory of the monastery of Our Lady of Victory, Prague, where special devotions to Jesus were offered before it twice a day. The Carmelite novices voluntarily became poor and professed their poverty fervently during devotions in the presence of the Divine Infant. Upon hearing of the Carmelites' devotions and needs, the Emperor Ferdinand II of the House of Habsburg sent along 2,000 Florins and a monthly stipend for their support.

In 1630 the Carmelite novitiate was transferred to Munich. With the transfer of novices, Prague lost the most ardent devotees of the Infant. Disturbances in Bohemia due to the Thirty Years War brought an end to the special devotions, and on November 15, 1631, the army of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden took a possession of the churches of the capital city of Bohemia. The Carmelite friary was plundered by the Lutheran Protestant Swedish, and the image of the Infant of Prague was thrown into a pile of rubbish behind the altar. Here it lay forgotten, its hands broken off, for seven years until it was found again in 1637 by Father Cyrillus and placed in the church's oratory. One day, while praying before the statue, Father Cyrillus heard a voice say, ''Have pity on me, and I will have pity on you. Give me my hands, and I will give you peace. The more you honor me, the more I will bless you.'' Since then, the statue has remained in Prague and has drawn many devotees worldwide to go and honor the Holy Child. Claims of blessings, favors and miraculous healings have been made by many who petitioned before the Infant Jesus. Statuettes of the Infant Jesus are placed inside many Catholic churches, sometimes with the quotation, ''The more you honor me, the more I will bless you.'' A copy of this statuette is placed in the University Chappel in Naples, Italy with the information on the original Prague's statuette.

The exact origin of the Infant Jesus statue is not exactly known, but historical sources point to a small 48 cm high sculpture of the Holy Child with a bird in his right hand carved in around the year 1340. Many other Infant Jesus sculptures were also carved by famous masters throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. Today, thousands of pilgrims pay homage to the Infant of Prague each year. The tradition of the Infant Jesus procession and the coronation continues to this day. On May 27, 1995, a solemn procession of the Infant Jesus took place in the streets of Prague with Cardinal Sin of Manila (Philippines) and Cardinal Vlk of Prague leading the procession. This ceremony was the closing highlight of the annual Feast of the Infant Jesus in Prague.

In Ireland some brides will place an Infant of Prague statue outside their house the night before their wedding. This is meant to ensure that there will be good weather for the wedding day.

Overview of Devotions

Holy Face
Sacred Heart
Divine Mercy
Eucharistic adoration
Holy Name
Acts of Reparation
Holy Wounds
Rosary of Holy Wounds
Stations of the Cross
Precious Blood
Infant of Prague

Prayers to Jesus

Anima Christi
Shoulder Wound
Vianney's prayer
You are Christ
Perboyre's prayer
Montfort's prayer
Crucifix prayer

Novena to the Infant of Prague
Part of a series of articles on Roman Catholic Devotions to Christ

This prayer is recited at the same time every hour for nine consecutive hours in one day. It is used by supplicants with urgent requests that cannot wait for the nine days required for most novenas.

O Jesus, You have said, ''Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened to you.'' Through the intercession of Mary, Your Most Holy Mother, I knock, I seek, I ask that my prayer be granted.
(Make your request)

O Jesus, You have said, ''All that you ask of the Father in My Name, He will grant you.'' Through the intercession of Mary, Your Most Holy Mother, I humbly and urgently ask Your Father in Your Name that my prayer be granted.
(Make your request)

O Jesus, you have said, ''Heaven and earth shall pass away but My word shall not pass.'' Through the intercession of Mary, Your Most Holy Mother, I feel confident that my prayer will be granted.
(Make your request)

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