Trying to Identify Beer Stein from West Germany

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    Bob Clingan

    My grandmother passed away recently and I found this beer stein from West Germany. I was trying to determine its worth. Below is a link to the image (side view and bottom with markings)

    https://imgur.com/lI12ZZo

  • #38167 Reply

    Ron

    Bob,

    It looks like the potter’s wheel mark of Marzi & Remy. Can you make out the initials M and R on each side of the vertical line? I couldn’t find mold 699 in any catalog for them. The old catalog does show a pouring pitcher with that number.

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    Bob Clingan

    When I zoom in on the photo I don’t really see it, I will have to go look at the original again. Here is a side shot:

    https://imgur.com/a/MJx2lvF

  • #38169 Reply

    Bob Clingan

    Perhaps its 669? I think I took the photo upside down maybe?

    • #38170 Reply

      Ron

      Bob,

      You might be able to see it better on the stein itself. The Old Manufacturing Catalogs (see Reading section) shows both mold 669 and 696, but the photos are not very good. You might need to rotate your stein to match it to one of the two molds, both of which are poring pitchers. I am pretty sure you have one of those two Marzi & Remy steins.

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