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  • Castle Church where Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door.
  • Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses against the corrupt sale of indulgences by the Catholic Church. Luther posted the theses in Latin and intended to start an academic debate. However, they were translated into German, quickly copied using the newly-invented movable type printing press, and wound up sparking the German Reformation.
  • The doors you see now were put up in the 19th century (the original wooden doors are long gone, with the Middle Ages). The current doors are made of bronze and are engraved with all ninety-five theses.
  • Luther usually preached in the City Church, but his funeral and burial took place at the Castle Church. The funeral was held on February 22, 1546, four days after Luther's death in Eisleben.

5' Tall x 18" Wide - Reformation 500 - Here I stand - Martin Luther - Castle Church

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 A wonderful banner with very rich deep colors.

This Banner measures 5' Tall x 18" Wide, there are a limited number available.

 Very few companies use the printing process we do... most printed banners are temporary or "throw away". We started out as a banner company - not a print shop that decided to expand - so we have taken a long time to find the perfect process that will give our customers an exceptional product. And it's all done right here in the USA. Our full color imaging is achieved through dye sublimation. It is a 4-color process which produces vivid images.These banners will last for many years and are extremely color fast. We use a Poplin fabric which is very stable. The colors are just fantastic !

Banners are available in single layer heavy Tri-Poplin fabric featuring  a large rod pocket at the top and a smaller rod pocket on the bottom..    




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