German beer stien

Feb 25, 2018. 20:08 UTC
German Beer Stien
David
United States of America

Category
Collectibles

Acquired from
Inherited

For sale
Maybe
Description

WWI era about ten to twelve inches high made of porcelain and pewter.

Provenance

Family heirloom,from great great uncle WW1 veteran purple heart recipient

Answered within about 1 hour
Feb 25, 21:10 UTC
By Erin-Marie Wallace
The specialist needs more information

Greetings David - Would you please try re-taking your photos? These are a bit too blurry and I'll also ask for an image of the base.

I look forward to assisting you.

Sincerely,

Erin-Marie

David kruczynski Feb 26, 00:13 UTC

Sent new photos still a little blurry though

Erin-marie wallace Feb 26, 01:17 UTC

I'll do my best with these, can you let me know is "1437" the only mark on the base of the piece or are their any additional identifiers?

Sincerely,

Erin-Marie

Erin-marie wallace Feb 26, 01:27 UTC

What you have is called a "Regimental Beer Stein" and the value varies depending upon the regiment, decoration and condition. Some have a special "hidden" bit in the base and I wonder if yours does. Have you held it up to the light to see if there is a picture in the base? If there is one, then we would called this a "Lithophane Regimental Beer Stein" and I like to know what the image is of because that can help to date your example.

Sincerely,

Erin-Marie

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