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Since the times of the Apostles, the rooster has been a symbol of Christianity, to the Celts it was a holy animal.
It remains a symbol of God's grace to sinners.
Taken from Colonial weathercock, it measures about 12 1/2 wide by 15 tall and has a hanging loop on the back.
reproduced in heavy copper..........$50.00
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