now browsing by tag
antique beer blue ceramic character eagle edition etched faience german germany gerz gift glass hand hauber hunting king large lidded limited liter lithophane made mettlach military munich oktoberfest original painted pewter porcelain rare regimental relief remy reuther scene stein steins stoneware tall tankard vintage westerwald
This vintage German regimental beer stein is a true gem for collectors of breweriana. It features a stunning lithophane depicting military scenes and comes with a lid to keep your drink fresh. The stein is part of the lidded steins category and has been crafted in Germany, a country known for its rich beer culture. Made in Germany on bottom. No damage but one lid is crooked and the metal part on the handle is a little loose. Not from use or damage just the way it was made. The object type of this stein is lidded stein and the theme it depicts is breweriana. It is a used item that has been well-preserved. The country/region of origin is Germany, which also adds to its value as a collectible. This beer stein would make a great addition to any collection and is a must-have for anyone who appreciates the artistry and craftsmanship of traditional German beer steins.
An impressive pair of German military lithopane steins. Colorful with bold scenes and ornate figural lids. Both feature a lithopane in the base showing a soldier giving a young woman a flower. Good Condition- Some tape residue; wear/oxidation to lids; repair to one finial. 5.75″ x 4.5″ x 11.5 (Width x Depth x Height). The sooner you pay, the sooner you get your item. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. We are sorry for the inconvenience. We do are very best to package and secure all our items so they make safe trips to their new homes. We strive to get your items delivered in the most safe and cost effective manner. Add a map to your own listings.
The stein features the Kaiser Wilhelm II and is made by the Kaiser brand. It is a lidded stein and has a breweriana theme. The country of origin is Germany, and it is a great collectible item for those interested in beer and German history. This stein is rare and hard to find. It belonged to Reservist Menges for his loyal duty, and they are memorializing lost service members. It lost part of its lid, the body of the stein has no chips or cracks. It will need to be cleaned up so be careful or not if you like the patina. Stine is used sells AS-IS. Thanks for looking and have a great day &####128512; THIS IS A ORIGINAL..
German Pewter Lid Lidded Mug Pottery. This regimental beer stein has been made in Germany around 1900s. The lid has engraving, the name of the original owner – Karl Bauerle. Absolutely gorgeous piece hand painted. The handle has been broken and repaired, please check last photos for references. Lid works without problem. Name on the lid. Capacity 0.5 L. Diameter at the base: 4 inches. The handle has been broken and repaired.
Antique beer stein with lithopane. I think they are referring to regiment 21. Some fading on porcelain and pewter lid missing the top. Check out my other beer steins.
German Regimental Military Beer Stein. Lithophane can’t make out the scene, any help is appreciated! Vivid colors, appears hand-painted. Height about 10 1/2 including lid. Porcelain portion 6 3/4″ high, 3 1/8″ diameter top, 4 1/2 diameter base. Weighs 2 pounds 2.5 ounces. Looks like some paint wear around base, though may be imperfect application. Pewter topside has scuffs, scratches & is darkened with age. Pewter top underside is shiny with marks & shading. Lid seems a bit loose & wobbly, hinge is in proper alignment. Lid base is a bit out of round. The top finial is off-kilter with some bends to the base under wagon wheels. Overall the lid & finial needs adjustment & alignment by an expert. Zoom in on photos #6 & #12. As found, I just rinsed off dust, didn’t clean the pewter. I KNOW THERE ARE EXPERTS OUT THERE NOT EVEN TRYING TO TRANSLATE IT!
Please see photos. There is some gold loss where the gold trim is around handle and at top around the stein. When you hold this up to the light you will see an outline of a woman. Questions are welcomed and encouraged. This beautiful German stein features intricate porcelain lithophane artwork depicting a Bavarian lion and eagle, making it a must-have collectible for any enthusiast of Breweriana. The stein is crafted with excellent attention to detail, making it a fine addition to any drinkware collection. It has been previously owned, but has been well taken care of and is in excellent shape. The stein represents a piece of history from the World War I era and is a great conversation starter for the collector or enthusiast. It is made in Germany and features a lidded design, perfect for keeping your favorite beverage cool. Add this unique piece to your collection today and showcase it with pride!
Antique beer stein with lithopane. Regiment No 7 1906-08. The pewter lid came off and is missing soldiers head. See pictures for details. Check out my other beer steins.
A RARE FIND German Lithophane regimental beer stein Rgt 88 CIRCA 1905. A very unique German regimental military tribute stein with a pewter lid. Wonderful soldier figurine at the lid’s finial and an eagle as well. Fine porcelain body with lithophane bottom depicting a family scene, possibly before a battle farewell, a woman and the man is in uniform. An array of colorful hand-tinted transfer scenes are featuring the regiment’s glory. Gothic text in German gives additional details, as well as lists the names of the soldiers. 12.5″ tall 5″ wide with handle, weighs about 2 lbs. Please see all the pictures for details and let us know if you have any questions. On January 18, 1871, Wilhelm I, King of Prussia, became the first Kaiser (Emperor) of Germany. Ten days later France signed an armistice and the Franco-Prussian War came to an end. On April 16th of the same year, a constitutional law was passed making every German male liable for military service, the only exceptions being: (1) members of ruling houses; (2) criminals; and (3) those deprived of their civil rights by courts of law. The five branches of the army were the infantry, cavalry, artillery, pioneer (engineer), and the military train. There were also technical service units such as Eisenbahn (railway), Telegraphen (telegraph), and Luftschiffer (airship). Volunteers for all units provided men for the Schutztruppen (colonial troops). The navy was a separate department, responsible only to the Kaiser. Reservists reported to their units in early October and the training was provided by the unit, as opposed to the American concept of using basic training centers. This system of reporting as a class and leaving with the same group lent itself to the concept of purchasing active duty remembrances, much as an American boy or girl would obtain a high school or college ring. The list of souvenirs was long and varied, including, but not limited to, steins, pipes, flasks, glasses, individual and group photos, certificates, demitasse cups and saucers, clocks, swords, bayonets, paperweights, and many others. The period of popularity extended from the mid-1890s until the onset of World War I. Almost all early examples came from Bavarian units. Steins with wartime dates also exist but the demands of the war in terms of men and material effectively ended the manufacture of regimental steins as we know them. Regimental steins of German manufacture also exist from units of the armies of France, Austria, Italy, and Hungary.
WWI German Regimental Beer Stein 1907 1909 Porcelain Lithophane Bavarian Lion.