This is a very old photographic paper B&W holy card of St. Padre Pio coming from Pietrelcina. It is printed on glossy paper. Not many were printed at the time but even less made it up to today.
The so sad picture that nobody wanted to see, the last picture of San Pio who left life to go to heaven and be finally with God.
The Shrine of Padre Pio in San Giovanni Rotondo, southern Italy, is the second-most visited Catholic shrine in the world. It centers on the tomb of Saint Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, a Capuchin friar, priest and mystic known for his devotion to God, care for the sick, and supernatural gifts. He died in 1968 and was declared a saint in 2002.
It's a picture copyrighted by Elia, one of the officials photographers that followed Padre Pio around and took all the picture that you know of him today.
To own one of these original photography of the Saint is a special thing. It will definitely make you feel near to him. It's not just a printed holy card.