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    Here's a little Munich themed display that I put together. The period Burgerbraukeller stein was an early Christmas gift to myself!
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    Erich -

    Love that stein - nice display - Frohes Fest

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

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    I like your bronze statue.

    Gr. Theo

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    Thanks my friend, the stein would go well with your Burgerbraukeller dishes, ha?

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    Very nice München themed display, Erich! You must have been a good boy this year that Santa brought you this awesome Bürgerbräu Stein. Is the Münchner Kindl a period piece too?

    Cheers, MB

    And... "Frohe Weihnachten!"

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    Hi MB and thanks for the kind words. The Kindl is by Allach, Mahnmal statue and 1st pattern Blood Order are all period.

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    Hi Erich, thanks for the extra info. Your fine example of the Blood Order I've seen elsewhere on the forum. But the Allach Kindl was new to me. As I am too scared to break and ruin them I never bothered to collect porcelain pieces so far and probably will never do so. Same goes for Steins. I do, however, know to appreciate them whenever I have the chance to see them. Therefore, thanks a lot for sharing this Munich group!

    Having said that, I've always admired your themed displays. Coburg, Nürnberg and Thüringen, if I remember correcly, and now München. They all leave me green with envy!

    Cheers, MB.

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    Thanks again MB, as you can tell, my collecting interest is the Kampfzeit. Best, Erich

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    Very nice display friend.

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    Nice display - but have to ask if the stein still useable?

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