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Gebrüder Allmann München.
Marsstraße 9, Munich. Bavaria.
Kunst-Zinngießerei, Glas- und Porzellanmalerei. / Decorative Pewter Foundry, Glass & Porcelain Decorators.
The company was founded on 1 May 1870 by Johannes Allmann and his brother Friedrich Allmann. They enjoyed considerable prosperity up until W.W.1 when they employed 15 pewter foundry men and 15 porcelain painters. Their fortunes between the wars were not as good with only three employees during 1934. They were listed in the 1941 Adressbuch. On the night of the 4th October 1944, the company effectively ceased trading, due to an Allied bombing raid on Munich, during which the company buildings were completely destroyed. A reconstruction was not possible after the war.
Purchased stein bodies from: Marzi & Remy  Merkelbach & Wick
Reference: Munich address books Günther Allmann (Great Grandson)




Gebrüder Allmann München. 15-5-8-1
Porzellanmalerei Gebr. Allmann
Marsstrasse 9, München. Founded 1870.
We deal with the painting of drinking vessels in glass, porcelain and earthenware, ceremonial dishes and plates in secular and religious genres, brooches, tobacco pipes, vases, coffee, tea and table services, etc. in the latest styles. Drinking vessels are fitted with modern pewter lids, brooches with modern settings and the porcelain is painted, portraits etc.
are supplied with frame.

Gebrüder Allmann München.6
Ink stamp on Merkelbach & Wick brewery stein
"Dampf Bierbrauerei der Stadt Einbeck A.G."

Gebrüder Allmann 1
Ink stamp basemark


Gebrüder Allmann München. 15-5-8-3
Stein with impressed mark #5095, undecorated body almost certainly supplied by Marzi & Remy.

Gebrüder Allmann 3
Featured stein, above, almost certainly manufactured by Marzi & Remy, due to 5xxx number.




Gebrüder Allmann München. 16-3-3-1
Advertisement dated 1905

Gebrüder Allmann München 5
Ink stamp on Hacker Bräu - Brewery Stein.

Gebrüder Allmann München. 15-5-8-2
G.A. touchmark on hinge assembly on porcelain stein.

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