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Is this an period Heer bier stein?

Article about: I have been looking at this bier stein/krug and would like some expert eyes look it over. It looks very 'new', but then another period piece I have also still looks fresh. I can see panzerab

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    I believe the letter is "H" and his name is Hengge.

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    Would that be his last name?
    - it seems to be used mostly as a family name.
    Cheers,
    Al

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    Yes, Hengge is usually a surname, but not a common one. In this case it may be an uncommon double last name, a use which has become more common nowadays.

    I search a lot for any embossed seals, so I often wade through the minefield, no cesspool created by the flood of fake Polish ink stamps. I still chuckle to myself about a FAKE soldbuch or ausweiss which listed a soldier as GELMUT, not Helmut...but GELMUT. Johnny Cash's birth certificate just might read SUE. Anything is possible ? ? ?

    No more Franziskaner for Stakeside tonight......
    Last edited by stakeside; 11-03-2017 at 08:02 AM.

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    E. is a reference to Ersatz or replacement. NH

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    Correct: His name was Martin Hengge, rank Schütze.

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    Well, it is like a game of "Wheel of Fortune"

    Schutz ?engge Martin.

    Spin the wheel, you have 26 choices.
    I contend that MAP rigged this device to land on the letter "H" to deceive other members.

    We should demand that MAP submit it to the FORUM for forensic analysis to determine whether STAKESIDE 's choice was FAKE or REAL ! ? ! ? ! ?
    Last edited by rbminis; 11-03-2017 at 07:10 PM.

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    That's a nice stein. I like a collectable that you can use.

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