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    Posted 3 years ago

    sdavies03
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    Just trying to get info on these. Grandpa brought back from Germany WWII. I have no idea what they are, I've looked at a bunch of websites. hope someone knows! They stand 8 inches tall and base is 3.75 inches. Thanks in advance!!

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    1. tanzereyes, 3 years ago
      They are both Student Association Steins (similar to fraternities). The they both have the Number "280" which is the mold number.

      The red stein has a VB stamp witch stands for Villeroy and Bosch. It has 96 and 20 stamped in it, so I would believe it was manufactured in either 1896 or 1920.

      The blue stein is most likely made by Villeroy & Bosch. The art work was completed by Friedrich van Hauten, please see the Stein Marks page for more information.

      ( http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein95 )

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