Late Grandfather's Steins

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    Gabriel Puterbaugh


    I’m reaching out to you on a bit of a whim. My Grandfather Dave Gensicke passed away last year and he loved to collect beer steins. Before he passed, he had hope to sell some of the mugs he collected over the years and give the funds to his wife, my Nana Pat. Sadly, he passed quicker than expected, though I’m glad he’s no longer suffering.

    I live in Minneapolis, and my family is from Kenosha, Wisconsin. My Nana couldn’t find somewhere locally to sell them in Kenosha and isn’t tech savvy enough to find resources online to sell. I offered to take some of them off her hands to try to find somewhere in the area (or online) that could help.

    I’m hoping you can point me in the direction of where I might be able to sell beer steins online. I don’t know if any of them are extremely rare or collector’s items, but some are quite old and all are in good condition. I’m not overly concerned about how much I can generate for them. I’d just prefer to trade them for money as opposed to simply donating them, given my Grandfather’s wishes. Please don’t hesitate to reach out or call if you’re able to point me in the right direction. I greatly appreciate your help and time.

    You can download images of the steins using this link. However, please note that the link will expire in 10 days. Paste it into your internet search bar.
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    Gabriel Puterbaugh

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    I couldn’t open your photos without buying software from MS. Can you post the photos some other way?
    SCI has chapters if both Minneapolis and Milwaukee that you could contact. You can sell steins yourself on ebay or there are two auction houses that specialize in steins.

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