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    Yes the stein is useable but I haven't yet used it to drink my favorite brew.

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    Quote by Erich S View Post
    Yes the stein is useable but I haven't yet used it to drink my favorite brew.
    Merry Christmas when you do!

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    Another cool thing is that I have a copy of an Armed Forces Newspaper that shows GI's drinking beer at the Burgerbraukeller with the exact same steins in 1945.

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    Erich - saw that newspaper clip - if you have a clear picture of it I would appreciate a copy per Email -

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

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    Horst, the paper clip has been copied too many times to scan that would show the detail in a clear way. I'll fool around with it to see if I can get a clearer copy for you.

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    Erich, that newspaper clip definately is an awesome bonus to go with your stein. It would be great to see if you could get a decent scan of it. Any luck with that yet?

    Meanwhile... I thought I'd show you the pics of an eBay auction that expired a couple of days ago. A set of Sterneckerbräu menus from 1935. It would surely fit well into your Munich group. But who knows, it might have you who won the auction.

    Cheers, MB.

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    I missed that menue but I'm keeping my eyes open for more period Putsch related items!

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