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Posted 7 years ago


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It has three sides.
One side has a cathedral that says "Frauen Kirche Rathaus" in a ribbon
the middle has a young person with a ribbon that says "Gruss Munchen Aus"
the third side has a "inn" looking building and says "Hof Brau Haus"

There is a paper stamp on the top of the inside of the lid that says (not sure) "Kein binn"

what do these sayings mean and is this worth anything. The lid is dented.

There is no dates or insignias anywhere that I can find.

Thanks for any help

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  1. Gordon Larum, 6 years ago
    Gruss aus Munchen means Greetings from Munich, the child is the Der Munchener Kind, the little monk, the Rathaus is the city hall, Hof Brau Haus is the main brewery. Kien Binn is probably Kien Sinn which means no tin. This was probably made after 1960 an worth $25-40.

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