BREWERY STEINS WANTED

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  • #36423 Reply

    George

    Hello,

    I’m looking to buy antique brewery steins from Germany.

  • #36514 Reply

    Tracey

    Hi George,
    I have a Biblical Stein like the one in this article that I am putting up for sale. I am in the UK
    http://stein-collectors.org/steinmo/2009/Jan/biblical.html

    Mine is missing the lid and has a damaged handle which someone (not me) attempted to repair using glue. Let me know if you are interested.

    Regards
    Tracey

  • #36519 Reply

    George

    Thank you for your response. However, I am looking for brewery steins.

  • #36641 Reply

    Erikka

    Hello George,

    We are selling part of my father’s antique stein collection. I need to make a few calls to get photos, but the collection includes beer steins, Mettlach steins and some steins and pitchers that are in the neighborhood of 14″. I don’t know if we still have regimental steins.

    Please let me know if you are interested.

    • #36642 Reply

      John Rizzo
      Participant

      Dear Erikka,

      I am very interested in your father’s stein collection. That is everything except brewery steins. Please send photos to:

      theriz665@gmail.com.

      Thank you and have a nice day

      John D. Rizzo

  • #36661 Reply

    George

    Erikka,

    I am interested. naturedogsocean@yahoo.com

    Thank you

  • #36705 Reply

    Tanya

    Hello George,

    I am selling my grandad’s German beer stein.
    See my previous post – http://stein-collectors.org/SteinTalk/topic/friedr-van-hauten-old-beer-stein/
    Photos are here https://goo.gl/photos/WCsdbivWeZfWKZD8A as well.
    If you want it let me know before 7 April.

    Tanya,
    tanickola@gmail.com

    • #36706 Reply

      George

      Tanya,

      Nice stein but it is not a brewery stein.

      George

  • #36824 Reply

    Loretta Retsch

    western germany

  • #36840 Reply

    RHoren
    Participant

    George, do you want Maßkrug or breweries with matching pewter lids? Thanks, Bob

  • #36841 Reply

    George

    Bob,

    Brewery steins with lids for the most part…

    George

  • #36883 Reply

    Cathy Fabich

    Hello,

    I have a beer stein from the Berg-Brauerei brewery and I believe it to be in the 1850-1865 time frame. It is a half-liter clear glass hand-blown with an applied handle. The body has been faceted around the base, thumbprint cut above the waistline, and fitted with a porcelain inlaid lid in pewter mounts. The position of the thumblift (over the lid) and the closed pewter hinge indicate this earlier date. There are no manufacture or country markings on the bottom. The stein is 5 ½” tall and 3 ½ “ wide, it weighs a little over 2 pounds I. Please email me back if you are interested in purchasing this stein. I have pictures ready to send.

    Cathy

    • #36920 Reply

      George

      Thank you for the response but I’ll pass.

  • #36919 Reply

    Dan

    George I have 2 Coors steins and 2 Anheuser Busch steins

    • #36921 Reply

      George

      Thank you for the response but at this time I’ll pass.

  • #36927 Reply

    Gordon Duplan

    I have a german beer stein stamped Germany 1814 great mint condition what’s it worth

    • #36928 Reply

      George

      Gordon,

      Try using SteinTalk and not BuyandSell for idenfication help.

  • #37096 Reply

    georgette

    I have Several stein I would love to sell email me at georgette950@gmail.com and I’ll send pictures and you can let me know if you want or not

    • #37157 Reply

      George

      George,

      Sorry but the ones you have are not what I’m looking for.

      Thank you,

      George

  • #37123 Reply

    Paul

    I have a huge collection of steins, many different kinds, ranging from really old to new. Many of the modern steins have original boxes. Tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll see if I have it. I’d love to send you a couple pics! If interested, please feel free to e-mail me: rebelyardsale@gmail.com.

    Sincerely,
    Paul

    • #37158 Reply

      George

      Paul,

      Sorry but the ones you have are not what I’m looking for.

      Thank you,

      George

  • #37257 Reply

    Eric Brown

    hi George,
    i have a couple on the shelf that can go.
    1L spatenbrau with flat lid.
    1L lowenbrau domed lid.
    1/2L kgl hofbrauhaus domed lid.
    email if you would like pics.

    farpen@comcast.net

  • #37263 Reply

    Peter Bonno

    Have stein collection would like to sell

    • #37266 Reply

      George

      Eric,

      Email sent.

      Thanks,
      George

  • #37272 Reply

    mrmatt57tn
    Participant

    Hello,

    Exactly what age range are you interested in? Antique to some could be defined as 25-50 years old and to others 51-100+ years old.
    I have quite a few brewery ones that fall in the 25-50 year old time frame, can provide pictures if you are interested. Also the ones I have are lidless mug types.

    Matt

    • #37279 Reply

      George

      Matt,

      Antiques ceramics are 100 years old or older… Your 25-50 years would fall under old…. Vintage is generally 50-99 years old… Anyway, people generally use these terms loosely that are not in the antiques trade…

      Currently I am not interested in the 25-50 year time frame.

      Thank you for your post.

      George

    • #37280 Reply

      George

      Matt,

      If you have 100+ I’ll be interested.

      George

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