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Article about: Couple of Nurenberg Reichsparteitag Beer mugs from a liter down to a 1/4 liter mug. The small mug has a Swaz on the bottom rim. Horst

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    Couple of Nurenberg Reichsparteitag Beer mugs from a liter down to a 1/4 liter mug. The small mug has a Swaz on the bottom rim.

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    Phil - no provenance sorry to say but well used - Glad you liked them.

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

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    They are nice souvenir items. Nurnberg certainly seemed to "cash in" on being the city of the Party Rallies. I wonder how much these were to buy originally?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Class !!! CONGRAT !!!

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    I never see the small mug ( Reichsparteitag ) , i think its rare ?? the liter mug is common i see many !

    thank for showing ! very interesting Third Reich item

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    Believe it or not I actually collect beer steins as well. Problem is I don't collect any from the Third Reich era. Yours are really nice.

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    Thanks fellas - I also have a few III Reich military steins and will post them later. Although Im not really a collector of steins they do look great mixed into a Militaria collection.

    Ade - I think the city of Nurenberg did cash in on souvenirs of the period plus there were lots of beer drinkers in the party alone

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

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