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Reservist's stein of Hornist (Trumpeter) Mohr, who bugled for the 5th Baden Infantry, 113th Regiment, 9th Company

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Reservist's stein of Hornist (Trumpeter) Mohr, who bugled for the 5th Baden Infantry, 113th Regiment, 9th Company from 1906-1908, Garrisoned in Freiburg im Breisgau. This regiment was formed in February, 1861 and was attached to the XIV Army Corps. The central scene depicts the Grand Duke Frederick I and his son Grand Duke Frederick II, both in cameo over the Griffin, state symbol of Baden. Side scene has rare depiction of trumpeters on parade, the opposite side has soldiers gathered around their bivouac campfires. No damage, except that the finial is slightly bent off-center.

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