~ Frei und frumm ~
The use of the Roman "V" to represent "U" is curious and archaic, but in modern German transforms to "O" in this self explanatory verse on a Jugendsil (youth style = modern art) stein in the manner of Franz Ringer, ca. early 1900's. The "V" = "U" is used 4 times in this verse, but twice it needs to be changed to the modern German as in "frumm" = "fromm" and "willkumm" = "willkomm".  This also preserves the rhyme.
Frei und frumm
ein guter Trunk
allzeit willkumm.
Free and faithful
a good drink
(is) all times welcome.
Translation: Roy De Selms
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