Can you ID my stein

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  • #37401 Reply


    My in-laws purchased this stein in Heidelberg Germany in 1967. CAn you help me ID it and disclose its value?

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    Sorry I do not know how to upload imagines

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    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by  Walt. Reason: trying to correct link
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      Lou, your stein was brand new when purchased in a gift shop in 1967. Steins such as this were typically purchased as souvenirs, and began to lose value as soon as the cash register was closed.

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    When posting pictures ensure you post identifying marks as well, If there are any.

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  • #37441 Reply


    I have a stein that was in my parents’ house when I grew up so I know it is at least 75 years old. There appears to be a “1” on the bottom and the words Am Brunnen on the side. I don’t see any other marks, either on the stein or the pewter top.

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      Am Brunnen means at the well or fountain. You need to post photos and start a new thread if you want further assistance.

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    Go to the Beer Stein Library
    In the search box type in Am Brunnen.

    If you are lucky, one of those might be your stein.

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    Cynthia Lovelace

    My dad got this stein in the 70’s. It has 3 coins in it. One is Wolfgang, one is a Thaler, and one is a coin of Salzburg 1756-1791. It is a dark green looking. A rather tall stein. I have called the Mozart house and they said it is a “ true piece of German history from the 19th century”. On the bottom there is king22 and 2010. I contacted king werks and they said model 2010 is no longer made and the color has not been used in a very long time. I have pictures but I can not get them to upload. I have looked all over and have never seen one like mine. Someone told my dad years ago that it was made for the founding fathers of Salzburg in honor of Mozart. He was told that most steins that were exported would have a stamp “ made in Germany “ this one does not have that . You can reach me via email or phone 979-418-1459. Thank you for any help you can give me

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    This is a common modern stein, it typically sells in the $20-$30 range on ebay. I don’t know who the Mozart house is but to call this stein a “ true piece of German history from the 19th century” is pretty humorous. It is a nice looking stein, I have a couple of them.

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