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When you make a living on the water, you hear a lot of stories and legends. One story that's told is of the Sail Catfish, commonly known in these parts as a "sailcat." You can't eat most saltwater catfish, in fact, their barbs can do some damage. The sailcat is edible, though, and can grow to pretty good size, but aside from that the bones of the sailcat have a crucifix on one side and the cloak of Jesus on the other. If you shake the bone, you can hear the "dice" the Roman soldiers used to gamble with over the cloak, rattle inside. Very cool.

A man named Conrad Lantz wrote a poem that tells the legend of the sailcat crucifix. I will send a copy of the poem with the crucifix.

The crucifix is 5 inches long and 3 inches across.

I ship USPS First class whenever possible, if not, priority mail. Shipping is twice a week to conserve gas. If you need something in a hurry, convo me.

Sail Catfish Crucifix

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