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  • in reply to: Is this Stein rare? #29749

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    Logan –

    Since it was your grandfathers I recommend you keep it. One of my grandfathers steins started me with stein collecting.

    If you decide to sell this one I would be interested.

    Steve Breuning

  • in reply to: Reproduction Regimental Help #28934

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    His response was that I should contact him again if I want to make an offer. Hopefully buyers will beware.

  • in reply to: Reproduction Regimental Help #28929

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    Ron – I followed up with a note to the seller and links to some references.

  • in reply to: Repairing stein #28916

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    This one person I know who specializes in stein repair. Excellent work. caryn.white@comcast.net,

  • in reply to: Origin of Shultz&Dooley Prototypes? #28505

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    email me at svcoyote@aol.com

    Steve

  • in reply to: Origin of Shultz&Dooley Prototypes? #28501

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    I will take Walt’s comment a step further – why not consider your own article for Prosit on these pieces.

    Steve

  • in reply to: Hello from Michigan #28403

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    Hi Becky –

    I am the Editor of Prosit and a member of the Michigan Chapter. I am not far from you (Oxford) and also a Texan.

    Our next meeting is April 17, 2016.

    Steve Breuning

  • in reply to: Writing a paper on the Golden Age. #27882

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    Outstanding!

  • in reply to: Writing a paper on the Golden Age. #27880

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    What are you planning to do with the paper once you are done?

  • in reply to: Writing a paper on the Golden Age. #27878

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    Joe – There is a good brief history in the Beer Stein Book by Gary Kirsner. Also you can find the same history in the Beer Stein Library.

  • in reply to: Earliest Fox Handle Stein #27798

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    Lyn – About 1895

  • in reply to: BMW Stein #27720

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    Dang Nick that’s good. You not only found one so quickly, you found one for sale.

  • in reply to: Inexpensive steins #27709

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    Thanks John

  • in reply to: any more info on this item #27613

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    Nice stein. It is called Tyrolean Couple. The phrase is “Trink um frohen Mut zu finden und aus 100 andern Gründen. Trink dem guten Bier zu Ehren, trink um deinen Durst zu wehren.”
    Drink to find happy spirit and for 100 other reasons.
    (Drink to honor good beer, drink to fight your thirst.)

    According to Beer Stein Library $90 – $125 in two color, about $25 more if in full color. These prices will be lower if the stein is not in mint condition.

    If you plan to collect more and you are not a member of Stein Collectors International, please consider joining. You will enjoy it very much.

  • in reply to: Current Stein values #27594

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    This is a test response.

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