I recently visiting the town of Ruhpolding, which is a pretty place in the alps. It is noted for its church, built between 1738 and 1757. Its rather plain exterior belies the baroque interior.
Being dedicated to St George, there are a number of images of him slaying the dragon.The church is particularly noted for this hochromanischer Madonna. But I was particularly struck by this small plaque, fastened onto the back of one of the pews. There were no others around; any 18th/early 19th centuryists care to weigh in on what it is?