Historic Window 17
The outlines of the coat of arms were first made in the wet plaster without a ruler and with corrections. The cross with a beam width of 20 centimetres ends with the framing of the coat of arms. Only fragments of the colour, which was painted directly onto the plaster, remain today. The cross has been executed in red, on the light-beige lime wash of the coat of arms and the 3-centimetre-wide framing outline is in bluish-black.