The Notre-Dame du Coudray-Saint-Germer contains a very precious, a marvel ... "The Holy Shrine Babolein" the church of Notre-Dame du Coudray-Saint-Germer. This shrine is classified historical monument since June 17, 1901. This is a piece of jewelry of the utmost importance. House-shaped, gilded copper on wood core, it is a whole of the period of the 13th century but incorporates earlier figures which were presented at the exhibition "Treasures of the Churches of France" in 1965 . In the catalog of this exhibition is said about these exhibits: The ancient figurines are on two fronts and Game are: A Blessing Christ, in gilded bronze, dating from the late 11th and early 12th century. This figure applies, which measures 15 cm, equal to the quality of their bill and intensity of expression in his eyes bulging with enamel Christ of the most pathetic eardrums novels. On another front, a seated Christ, based on an open book, blessings, dressed in a garment with folds undulating. The style of this figure, evokes the style of the manuscripts of the Saint Omer. Note also, still on the walls, a cross between the sun and the moon of 20 cm by 22.5 cm. It is a gilt which was to include a figure of Christ applies whose head rested on a cruciform nimbus. Two other halos near the cross indicates the position of two other figures of wall, probably the Virgin and Saint John. These three applications have disappeared. A medallion decorated with plants, gilded copper enamel, 13th century, 8.5 cm in diameter. On a background of enamel, an end cross Greek confined foliage foliage in coaching gadrooned. Otherwise, the frame body is the 13th century. As the church of Saint-Germer-Coudray date from about 1212, when it was built by Abbot Gregory of Eragny, we can assume that the Abbot of St Germer, founder of the Abbey, who owned the Holy Shrine Babolein donated to the church of Saint-Germer-Coudray of it, not without having restored in the style of the Sainte Chapelle St Germer had just been built, encompassing parts over a Socket old. It features on both sides, topped by four niches Tribol arches supported by columns containing statues in relief. Those found today are they from? They are gilded wood. Where are they? What are they? It is difficult to say. The roof consisted of circles surrounded by a carved decoration took place in which copper plates enamelled with vegetal decoration or background of blue enamel were part of the leaves and crosses, as the medallion of 8 cm already described the one of the facades. The whole crowned by a finely perforated ridge. The Socket that we wanted to compare to that of Stavelot and pursuits, of Maastricht in Belgium and Holland, would have more in common with some silverware from the 13th century as the Shrine of Saint Taurin Evreux, or that of Saint Romain Rouen . Anyway, this Shrine is a beautiful specimen of the 12th and 13th century and remains a priceless treasure. It is part of the heritage of the church of Saint-Germer-Coudray for a long time, since during the restoration of the church, after the French Revolution of 1789, we felt the need to represent Saint Babolein in one of the windows choir.