Pewter stein early 1900s

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  • #57065 Reply

    Rasmus

    Could someone please help evaluate this pewter stein
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    As far as I can tell the text on the bottom says:
    Bahnbau
    Wutzlhofen Falkenstein
    1912/1913
    No other markings found but it seems to be a commemorative stein for the railways completion.

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    Rasmus

    Lets try the link to the images again.
    https://imgur.com/a/johZ1mC

  • #57078 Reply

    Walt
    Keymaster

    The scene on the front is Margaretha playing the trumpet from the story of The Trumpeter of Sackingen. The pewter seems to be old (early 20th C.) but I have not been able to figure out the scratched base marks.

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    Walt
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  • #57095 Reply

    Rasmus

    The trumpeter scenery seems to be correct, atleast what I’ve found on the frontal facing scenery, what I’ve found relating to the inscription is related to the railways construction, there is a local man that made this blog https://falkensteiner-bockerl.de/beschreibung-der-linienfuehrung-der-lokalbahn-wutzlhofen-falkenstein which seems to correlate this part of the railways completion.
    However all this tells me is that this is an obscure memorablia for a celebration.

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