Antique German Regimental Beer Stein Hess Inft. Leib. Rgt. 115 Darmstadt 1909-1911
Antique German Regimental Beer Stein Hess Inft. Description: Original regimental (Reservisten) stein. Belonged to Garde-Fusilier (member of Imperial Guard unit) Herbert from 12 Grossherzoglisch Hessisches Leibgarde (Imperial Guard) Regiment 115 that was stationed in Darmstadt in German land of Hessen. Made of pottery with enameled decorations showing a view of the city of Darmstadt, portraits of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Grossgerzog of Hessen. The side decorations show some everyday military scenes. The lid is decorated with a figure of a standing soldier with a lion. The thumblift is made in form of a rampant lion - it's a Hessen lion, different from, say, Bavarian one. The stein is in excellent flawless condition with some fading of inscriptions and roster. No damage or repairs whatsoever. It is large and impressive, standing 12.5 tall, 0.5L capacity.
Please note - this is original authentic regimental stein from the period. It is made of pottery, not porcelain as the majority of the regimental steins. The pottery regimental steins are rarer than the porcelain ones. I guarantee my description and dating. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.
The item "Antique German Regimental Beer Stein Hess Inft. 115 Darmstadt 1909-1911" is in sale since Saturday, August 31, 2019.
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, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.