German Beer Stein

Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900

Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900

Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900    Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900
Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE! Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne and Sohne 0.3 L c. Description: This very interesting German beer stein belongs to the family of character steins - steins made in a shape of an object or person. They are also called "figural". This particular one is made in a shape of the Munich Child - the child monk that was the symbol of the city of Munich for about 800 years. It was made by E. Bohne and Sons - one of the best charact er stein makers. It was founded in 1848 by Ernest Bohne and after his death in 1852 it became E. The stein is made of po rcelain with pewter mounts and hand-colored. Thre is no marks but the stein is well-known to the collectors and described in "The Beer Stein Library". It was made in 3 sizes - 0.5 L, 0.3 L and 0. I have 0.5 listed as well - please look through my auctions.

The thumblift on the lid is made in form of Frauenkirche - the Famous Munich church with twin towers. There was also a slightly different Munich Child stein by E.

Bohne with the book placed diagonally. This one is very rare and much more expensive.

Excellent condition with some minimal age related paint wear. The stein is 8.5 tall, 0, 3L capacity. Use the FREE Counters 1 million sellers do - Vendio! The item "Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E.

Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900" is in sale since Thursday, October 31, 2013. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Breweriana, Beer\Drinkware, Steins\Lidded Steins\Germany".

The seller is "beer-stein" and is located in New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900    Antique German Character Beer Stein Munich Child by E. Bohne 0.3 L c. 1900