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~ Featured Stein – Mar. 2018 ~
Schierholz Full-Color Soldier

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The image above provides a link to the most recent in a series of short articles begun in 1999 as the Stein of the Month. Since that time almost two hundred articles have been published. Click here to see a visual index of the entire series of articles. There’s every likelihood that one or more of them will immediately grab your interest!

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Let’s kick back and do some reading in the Library!

If you have been collecting steins for a while, you have probably seen this symbol. Known as the 4F symbol, it has a long and interesting history and cultural story. This article in the Library discusses the origins, the historic purpose and the culture surrounding these interesting steins.

4F (Gymnastic) Steins

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