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    Posted 12 years ago

    hgesch
    (4 items)

    This Stein has been in my family for more than 60 years. I would like to know what it is worth.

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    ANTIQUE 18thC CHINESE QIANLONG PORCELAIN MUG / TANKARD IN BLUE AND WHITE
    ANTIQUE 18thC CHINESE QIANLONG PORC...
    $5
    ANTIQUE METTLACH STEIN BY VILLORY & BOCH
    ANTIQUE METTLACH STEIN BY VILLORY &...
    $35
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    ANTIQUE 18thC CHINESE QIANLONG PORCELAIN MUG / TANKARD IN BLUE AND WHITE
    ANTIQUE 18thC CHINESE QIANLONG PORC...
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    1. Sue, 12 years ago
      It is a Mettlach and shows duelling students.
      It is worth about $400
    2. AZsteincollector, 9 years ago
      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. This indicates the year of manufacture, 88 for 1888 and 01 for 1901. The text is: “Gaudeamus igitur, juvenes dum sumus.”
      (Let us now rejoice, because we are young.) The lid text is taken from the first two lines of a song in Latin entitled De Brevitate Vita (The Brevity of Life) that has been popular among German students since the 13th century. Stein auction prices in mint condition range from $350to $450, but that includes about a 30% commission. Visit http://www.steincollectors.org to learn more about antique German beer steins.
    3. SEAN68 SEAN68, 9 years ago
      stunning:)

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