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September 8, 2018 at 4:00 pm #37026
Hello. Need help in the identification of steins.
1)The seller invited me to buy a stein. He says that the age of the stein is the 19th century. Is it so? There is no hallmark on the stein. There is only the 2L mark.
2)Have I correctly determined that this circle was made by Marzi and Remi between 1879 – 1964? And how to determine the exact year of release? What can you say about the monogram? What do these letters and numbers mean on the lid?
3)Have I correctly determined that this circle was made by Marzi and Remi between 1879 – 1964? And how to determine the exact year of release?
September 9, 2018 at 3:37 am #37027
The first stein, mold 87, was made by Adolph Diesinger. See The Beer Stein Library and SteinMarks for more information. Given the early mold number, the stein was no doubt designed in the late 19th C, however it could have been made at any time right up to the close of the firm upon the death of Adolph Diesinger in 1906. There is major damage to the bottom of the stein. While it can be repaired, it will not restore it to mint value.
The second stein is indeed by Marzi & Remy. There is no way of telling when it was made. The company operated from 1879 to 1994. Mold 2753 may have been made after WWI.
I could not find a catalog listing for the last lidless stein, but I suspect it might be post-WWII.
September 9, 2018 at 4:06 am #37030
Ron, Thank you so much! Thank you so much! You helped me a lot!