Antique German Beer Stein with Pewter Lid ca. 1890 BIG PRICE REDUCTION
Rare Find for Stein Collectors! 1890 Antique German Nuremberg Tower Beer Stein. The Nuremberg Tower was part of the Imperial Castle built in the 13th Century. Also called the Frauentorturm Tower to guard the East Gate. The capacity mark is on the top edge of the stein just above the handle. Normally it is to the left of the handle. Rare just for this variance. The bottom has various marks including "Theodor Wieseler" known as the glass and stein provider for the Royal Bavarian Court. This particular mark is usually attributed to the stein maker Hauber & Reuther. This version of the T. Mark notes one of his earlier steins. The Nuremberg Tower is one of the most photgraphed historical landmarks in Germany. Massive three ring pewter hinge with detailed roof tiles and a Coat of Arms thumblift. The Nuremberg Tower was the "Keep" for the castle. This stein is a "must have" for anyone collecting antique German steins. This unusual stein always creates interest. It is antique, rare, and not a typical beer stein. We place our steins at the lowest possible price. This is not one to miss! The item "Antique German Beer Stein with Pewter Lid ca. 1890 BIG PRICE REDUCTION" is in sale since Thursday, June 11, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Breweriana, Beer\Drinkware, Steins\Lidded Steins\Germany".
The seller is "kayjayyou" and is located in North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.