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    Posted 11 years ago

    lilrickout…
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    the stein is well over a hundred years old that can be traced it says "ein volles glas des gastes spass" under tha handle it has the year on it "1803" it one of the oldes ive actually seen u can tell by way finish his tiny hairline cracks in tha finish and tell the lid deck was all hand made by detail and tool and file marks would like to know a somewhat value and this isent some of the late 1900th centry knock offs or replication just wanna know some more bout it where its from who made it history so please if u dont know then dont reply serious inquaries only thanks, Rick

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    1. Tread, 10 years ago
      I have a stien that is almost identical to this one, but it has an 1802 date on it, and it does not have as much color, I cant find out anything about it
    2. scottvez scottvez, 10 years ago
      Nice stein. It looks like a middle 20th century.

      The date marking is probably representative of the scene date as opposed to the manufacture date.

      What is the marking on the bottom-- I cannot decipher it.

      Scott
    3. AZsteincollector, 9 years ago
      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 it in any catalogs. Visit http://www.steincollectors.org to learn more about antique German beer steins.

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