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Dunst Hohle, Mineral Water Goblet, Pyrmont Germany

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Posted 7 years ago


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Hi, This One Had Me Baffled For A While Even With The Writing & Engraved Picture I Couldn't Find Anything ... I Assumed This Was A Wine Goblet But It Turned Out To Be A Mineral Water Goblet From Pyrmont, Germany ... The Writing Says Dunst Hohle Or Gas Grotto Which Is A Mineral Water Spring ... See The Page I Found In A Book From 1838 ... It's 5.5" Or 14cm Tall & Emerald Or Apple Green Uranium/Vaseline Glass ... The Stem Is Hollow & All Sides Cut & Polished ... Cheers Mark

Ps ... Click On The Pics For A Bigger View ...


  1. potrero potrero, 7 years ago
    nice detective work - how did you find this book? seem like kind of a very early promotional give away item...
  2. Uranium222 Uranium222, 7 years ago
    Hi Potrero, I Eventually Found The Book With Dunst Hohle Online But It Was Only After Remembering Reading A Real Book By Richard Sibbs From 1633 That I Realized The S's Were Written As F's ... So I Finally Got The Spelling Wright & Found It ... I'm Assuming It's Quite Old Then But Really Have No Other Reference ... Translating It From German To English Didn't Help ... Dunst Is German For Mist Or Haze & Hohle Is Hole Or Hollow But It Made No Sense Until I Found The Book Online & It All Became Clear ... The Book Is ...
    A hand-book for travellers on the continent: being a guide through Holland ...? - Page 343
    John Murray (Firm) - Europe - 1838 - 511 pages
    Cheers Mark
  3. potrero potrero, 7 years ago
    very impressive detective work!!!

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