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October 2020
Featured Stein

A Relief Stein with
Student Motifs
by Walt Vogdes
click the image to read this new article

The image above provides a link to the most recent in a series of short articles begun in 1999 as the Stein of the Month. Since that time more than two hundred and thirty articles have been published. Click here to see a visual index of the entire series of articles. There’s every likelihood that one or more of them will immediately grab your interest!

Do you have an interesting stein you could write about? All Featured Stein articles are provided by our members. They don’t need to be scholarly or lengthy, just interesting. Send text and photos by email to the webmaster.

Miniature Steins
In Five Installments

Elaborating on the Featured Stein for September, we take an in-depth look at miniature steins.

Beginning in 2003 SCI Master Steinologist Les Paul wrote a series of articles for Prosit about miniature steins. Many collectors are attracted to minis because they require less display space, and they are often modestly priced.

Miniatures – Introduction – Children’s, Souvenirs, Gifts, Materials

Miniatures – Alabaster minis – Transfer Decorated

Miniatures – Brewery minis – Not as common as one might think, but interesting promotional pieces

Miniatures – Characters – Many full-size character steins were also made as minis

Miniatures – Charms and Pins – Wear ’em on a bracelet, or your hat, or lapel

These articles, and more, can be found in the READING area.

 

SteinTalk

SteinTalk is a forum for people seeking answers to questions about steins. It’s a great way to exchange information and opinions with knowledgeable collectors!


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