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  1. This looks to be from one of those kits where you do the painting.
  2. This is from one of those kits where you do the painting.
  3. This is a stoneware stein made by Villeroy & Boch at their Mettlach, Germany factory. The 07 indicates it was made in 1907. The text is: “Tu gemach und lach, so geniess’t dein Sach.” (Do slowly and ...
  4. Sorry, but the 1803 is probably the mold number. I couldn't make out the marking on the bottom, but it appears to say it was hand painted. This is an indication of a modern era stein. I couldn't find ...
  5. This is a 1,5 L pottery stein by Mathias Girmscheid depicting early Germans. The text is: “Hoch deutsches Lied, hoch deutscher Trank.” (Long live German song, long live German drink.) In mint conditio...
  6. The text is Gruss aus Trostburg or Greetings from Trostburg. It is a city in Bavaria. Most porcelain steins are not marked so it is impossible to tell when and where it was made. Visit http://www.ste...
  7. The mark looks like a back-to-back "E" over an "H" which is the mark of Eckhardt and Engler of Höhr (Höhr-Grenhausen since 1936), Germany. Its value is no more than $25 at most. Visit http://www.stein...
  8. This Hauber & Reuther stein was made for them by Albert Jacob Thewalt. Visit http://www.steincollectors.org to learn more about antique German beer steins.
  9. This salt glazed stein was made by Simon Peter Gerz. This was a series of steins honoring 19th century American Indian tribal leaders. All bear the same mold number and are otherwise identical except ...
  10. This is an etched stoneware stein of a student banquet made by Villeroy & Boch at their Mettlach, Germany factory. There should be a two-digit number below and to the right of the logo on the bottom. ...
  11. This is a modern common souvenir stein for Frankfort. As such its value is no more than $25. It was made by Simon Peter Gerz, which was established in 1862. The firm is no longer in business although...
  12. This is a salt-glazed 1,5 L beer stein made by Albert Jacob Thewalt of Höhr (Höhr-Grenhausen since 1936), Germany. Thewalt closed their salt-glazed kiln in 1910 so your stein dates from 1894-1910. Tha...
  13. This is a stoneware beer stein made by Villeroy & Boch at their Mettlach, Germany factory. It honors Munich which is in the state of Bavaria. Munich was once called the Athens of Isar (the river that ...
  14. This is a special order porcelain stein made by Schierholz for the League of American Wheelmen, a U.S. based cycling club. Most of the special order steins also have the standard lithophane depicting...
  15. There should be a form number on the bottom. Also, the two digit number below and to the right of the logo should be the year of manufacture. Visit http://www.steincollectors.org to learn more about a...
  16. This is probably a J W Remy stein (mold 1044) circa 1900, but you are missing the lid. The text is: “Bier und frohes Lied macht nie Lebensmüd.” (Beer and a happy song never let life become tiresome.) ...
  17. This is a pouring pitcher made of stoneware by Villeroy & Boch at their Mettlach, Germany factory. The mold number is 6. The stein could be dated by the scallops on the logo, but they are not clear. T...
  18. Actually this is a Mathias Girmscheid stein. The text is: “Ich glaube, die Wellen verschlingen Am Ende Schiffer und Kahn; Und das hat mit ihrem Singen Die Loreley getan.” (I think the waves will in...
  19. This is a Villory & Boch etched stoneware stein made at their Mettlach, Germany factory. The text reads “Alt Heidelberg du feine, du Stadt an Ehren reich, am Neckar und am Rhein, keine andre kommt d...
  20. Here is a site with more information: http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein318.Visit http://www.steincollectors.org to learn more about antique German beer steins.
  21. This is a reproduction reservist stein from post-WWII. Some of these were sold to the GIs as the real thing as Germans were trying to cope with the post-WWII economy as best they could. The stein is p...
  22. This stein was made by Wick-Werke which dates it from 1921-1937. The design is based on a painting titled “Zur Gesundheit” (To Your Health) by Franz von Defregger (1835-1921).
  23. This is a Student beer stein made by Reinhold Hanke circa 1900. Unfortunately, your stein is not in mint condition. If it were in mint condition, the price range would be in the $450 to $600 range. On...
  24. This is a reproduction reservist stein circa 1950s or 1960s.
  25. The monk on the right might be by Merkelbach & Wick, which would date it prior to 1921. Do you have a photo of the markings on the bottom? The mold number should be 270VI.
  26. It looks like the mark of Eckhardt & Engler of Höhr (Höhr-Grenhausen since 1936), Germany. Is there a back-to-back E above the H? This is probably post-WWI. The translation of the verse is "At play an...
  27. This is a pottery stein made by Reinhold Hanke circa 1900. The mold number is 1262. In mint condition the price range is $250 to $350, but your stein looks like it has some issues, particularly the l...
  28. The Bustle Woman was made by Hauber & Reuther circa 1900. The version with the short umbrella has a price range of $800 to $1,000 in mint condition. Prices on eBay will be closer to the lower end and ...
  29. This is a 3,0 L relief stein by Marzi & Remy in Höhr (Höhr-Grenhausen since 1936), Germany. It is probably circa 1900. The mold number is 880 and mold 952 is a 0,25 L stein designed to go with it (the...
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