Hofbrauhaus stein

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  • #36780 Reply

    sduggins

    I am looking for information on this stein. Any help is much appreciated!

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213478231284170&set=pb.1052576628.-2207520000.1526096552.&type=3&theater`

  • #36781 Reply

    Ron

    You have to be a member of Facebook to view your photo. Some people don’t want to join Facebook. Can you post another photo to a free site that you don’t have to join?

  • #36789 Reply

    sduggins

    I’m not super tech savvy at photo posting, but try this:

    http://i1044.photobucket.com/albums/b446/snduggins/IMG_0703%202_zps7lfejkju.jpg.html

  • #36790 Reply

    SEastman
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    It is, as you note, a Hofbrau Haus stein. It is the basic stoneware stein that has been made for a century or more. Unless markings on the bottom or side indicate it is a particularly old one it is for drinking beer and remembering your visit to the Hofbrau Haus rather than being a valuable item for collecting. The most typical sizes are 1/2 liter and 1 liter marked near the handle. If it is not marked it is likely to be a very modern one for the American market.

  • #36797 Reply

    sduggins

    There is a 0.5l near the handle. The only marking on the bottom is a 29.

    • #36798 Reply

      Ron

      sduggins,

      I couldn’t see enough of your stein to comment. Try visiting this site, http://hbsteins.blogspot.com/, for more information on HB steins. Jordan provides an e-mail address if you have further questions.

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