Nette Bråu is a brewery, founded 1849, in Weißenthurm, Rhineland Palatinate.
Cast mark on the underside of lid on featured stein above.
This cast mark is on the underside of a pewter lid from a brewery stein marked Münchener - Liége, 1905.
Cast mark on the underside of a lid.
Handwritten marks on porcelain steins. In old German handwriting, e.g. Kurrentschrift, the macron (dash) over the "n" in the above signature, translates as "nn" in modern text; hence "Zinngiesserei or Zinngießerei".
Marzi & Remy Regimental stein: Kgl Bayr. 20 Inftr. Regt. Prinz Rupprecht v. Bay. 5 Comp.” from 1909/1911, therefore dated 1911.
Signature on base of the regimental stein above.
It is assumed that Friedrich? M. Reck was a relation of Chr. Reck.
Occupational stein dated 1930 for a Bierführer or Brewery Drayman.
Details of the lid giving the drayman a reminder of his horse.
Chr. Reck's signature at the bottom of the stein.
Löwenbräu of Munich lid.
Cast mark on underside of Löwenbräu of Munich lid