Luther, Martin, 1483-1546
- Existence: November 10, 1483 - February 18, 1546
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Acrelius. History of New Sweden. || Vollstendiges Marburger Gesangbuch. || Martin Luthers Kleine Catechismus
Scope and Contents Acrelius, Israel. "A History of New Sweden." Tr. Wm. Reynolds. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1874. 468 pp.
Dates: Publication: 1759 - 1874
Dates: Copyright: 1981
Identifier: Collection ID-0641
Scope and Contents Brown wood escutcheon-shaped board with Luther's Coat of Arms on it. Previously unaccessioned.
Dates: 1838 - 2020
Scope and Contents Pre-1927. One brass die of a coin with a picture of Martin Luther in the center facing right. The name "Martin Luther" appears to the side. Below the image are the words: "Geb. Den 10. von. 1438." Around the picture of the reformer are the words "Fur Feier des 400 Jahrigen Geburtstagen Luthers in der Amerik. Luth. Kirche." This does not appear to have been to cast the coin, but rather for printing--possibly to publicize the coin for sale?
Scope and Contents Framed needlework with celluloid figure of Luther with Bible, inscription of "A Mighty Fortress is Our God" in German. Former property of Mr. & Mrs. AW Kerstner (deceased), Jackson, Missouri
Scope and Contents Framed embroidery of “Ein’ feste Burg ist unser Gott,” with off-white profile of Martin Luther in the center, and ferns under the profile
Scope and Contents Damaged gilt framed b/w picture of Martin Luther at Worms before Charles V, English title, "Martin Luther's Trial at the Diet of Worms", done by Kurz & Allison, Chicago, Illinois. Previously ownerd by CB's father (d. 1945), who had been treasurer at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Wentzville, Missouri for 50 years. The Sr. Buescher immigrated from Germany in 1881.
Scope and Contents Plaque, wood frame with cultured marble center with collage / montage of scenes from the Bible, Luther, LCMS, and Saint Louis with brass plate, “Gerhardt Kramer, Member of the Board of Concordia Historical Instititute, 1961-1981,”
Dates: 1838 - 2020
Scope and Contents Gold wood framed, glass covered, red, gold, and black copy of Luther's "Sacristy Prayer". The copy was printed by Ernst Kaufmann, New York.