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Imperial Stein

Article about: Pressed Glass stein with a well decorated lid in silver reflecting a Prussia Garde helmet & laurel leaves , engraved with the owners name and dated 1886.

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    Quote by heers68 View Post
    Horst, bringing this one back up.. love these glass steins! I think in some cases the fanciest versions of these were typically bought by officers and the porcelain colorful versions by enlisted.. oh, by the way the Prussian Garde piece is not simple molded glass as it is cut glass with all the flat sides and star on the base being hand cut! Beautiful! Best, Kevin.
    Kevin,
    Thanks for the comments and observations - have to agree with them. Really like the glass early steins as noted not often seen.

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    The lids are made of pewter NOT silver.
    Pewter is silver colored only.

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    I like both of those glass steins. Very unique being made of glass.
    I think they would display well and still be functional.

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Quote by texasuberalles View Post
    The lids are made of pewter NOT silver.
    Pewter is silver colored only.
    Yes, I know but I was referring to the color not the material .
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Heres another glass stein which I posted sometime ago but relates to this topic also - It reflects a Bavarian Raupenhelm and also reflects the owners name and Ludwig II cypher 1864 -1886 on the silver colored(pewter) lid.

    Horst

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