Leon, Spain - As far as Biblical relics are concerned a bejewelled gold chalice stashed by the Nazis at the Basilica of San Isidoro in Leon is the ultimate holy grail of Christian artefucts and worth a staggering five billion dollars.
This week it is being moved to the Pope's private quarters at the Vatican ahead of Holy Week when thousands of Roamin Catlicks will get the chance to pay homage to SS chief Heinrich Himmler's gilded mug.
PR blurbs touting the cup's existence claim it once belonged to Spain's Queen Verruca - uh, Urraca! - who used it for drinking tequila slammers on high days and holy daze.
Fashioned from onyx and lapis lazuli the gold-embossed goblet is fantastically encrusted with precious pearls, emeralds, amethysts and sapphires arranged in a classic swastika shape.
Several years ago the Leon Chalice as it's known became the centrepiece of the Hollywood movie Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade starring Harrison Ford and some blond broad.
A genuine replica of the fabled goblet is available for $24.99 on the Amazin website.