Front side with three-dimensional crucifixus, crossbar decorated with vegetable ornaments, back side engraved with rhombic motifs. Ten medallions of blue and green opaque enamel. Obverse (round medallions): Mary, John, Christ's descent from the Cross, Christ's resurrection; (diamond-shaped shield): a prophet [Isaiah?] Back (round medallions): Lamb of God, the four evangelist symbols. Cross, gilded copper. Bronze crucifix, gilded.
Since 01.03.1967 Swiss National Museum (formerly Swiss National Museum), acquired by Carl Collection; 1955 to 01.03.1967 August Carl Collection, 6949 Comano, purchase, private property; until 1955 Franz Kieslinger (1891-1955), Vienna; before 1939 Konstanz. Provenance research: There is a gap in the provenance of the Procession cross from before the Second World War to the possession of Franz Kieslinger, who was the manager of Aryanised Jewish auction houses and a participant in the systematic art theft by the Nazi regime. Due to the gap(s) in provenance, a Nazi persecution-related confiscation cannot be ruled out.