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Mae_444's loves55 of 75Victorian Pill Box .925 SilverSmall German tankard
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    Posted 8 years ago

    allanmag
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    I was wondering if anyone had an idea the history behind this piece and the year it was made. I bought it at a Estate Sale and want to know more about it.

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    1. jonima jonima, 8 years ago
      Looks like a tourist souvenir piece. Are there any markings on the bottom? Any more words on the sides?
    2. allanmag, 8 years ago
      At the bottom it only has some numbers and on the sides it has the words Bayern, Schwarz Wald, Schwaben, Buckeburg, Moselland and Schwalm.
    3. jonima jonima, 8 years ago
      The larger, higher quality companies always make sure their stamp/logo is on the bottom. Those words are areas/locations in Germany. Bavaria, Black Forest, etc. Leads me to believe my initial suggestion that it's a souvenir piece. Still nice and useful though.
    4. allanmag, 8 years ago
      Thank you that was very helpful!

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