The Tn antigen (GalNAc α-O-Ser/Thr) is heterogeneously synthesized by a variety of tumors and contains an epitope defined by lectins and antibodies as a cluster of αGalNAc carbohydrates synthesized within a peptide sequence, which is rich in serine and/or threonine. The Tn antigen has been utilized as a target in vaccine experiments and also used as a biomarker for prognosis of different cancer forms. In this paper, we present a new monoclonal antibody, GOD3-2C4, with the clear hallmarks of an anti-Tn antibody. It was generated through somatic cell hybridization after immunization of a mouse with a tumor cell line and a Tn carrying mucin. The antibody recognizes synthetic Tn antigen and binds breast, colon, lung, ovarian and pancreas cancer. The GOD3-2C4 antibody has antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity activity against Jurkat cells in vitro, and for the first time, it can be shown that an anti-Tn antibody has a significant in vivo effect on a human cancer cell line grown as a xenograft in severe combined immunodeficiency mice.