Bronze arch, with the years 1189 - 1989, and a crossbar, with the name LIPPBORG on the back. On the crossbar are three statuettes of saints: the patron saints of the St.-Cornelius-und-Cyprianus-Kirche in Lippborg and the 8th century missionary of the region:
st. cyprianus, as bishop with a sword. St. Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, 3rd century (Wikipedia).
st. cornelius, as pope with a triple cross-staff. Pope Cornelius (died June 253), Bishop of Rome from 6 or 13 March 251 to his martyrdom in 253 (Wikipedia).
st. ludgerus, as bishop with a church model and a bishop's staff. St. Ludger (Zuilen near Utrecht c. 742 - Billerbeck 809), missionary among the Frisians and Saxons, founder of Werden Abbey and first Bishop of Münster in Westphalia (Wikipedia).
On top of the arch are little figurines, showing a pig, an elderly couple, a goose, a dancing couple, a cow, a smith and a canon
On the back of the arch are the names of the hamlets belonging to Lippborg: assen · brönicke · ebbecke · frölich · osker · polmer · luetke uentrup