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Emil Sahm
Bahnstraße 13, which was renamed Westerwaldstraße 13, & Brunnenstraße 12, Grenzhausen, Hesse-Nassau, Prussia. (now Höhr-Grenzhausen. Rhineland Palatinate).
Steinzeugfabrikant & Zinngießerei / Stoneware manufacturer & pewterer
It is known that steins were purchased from Reinhold Hanke, so probably stein bodies were brought in.
Now a major glassware manufacturer.
Known dates: 1900 to the current day.
Reference: Sahm  Westerwald Adressbuch



Emil Sahm 13-11-1-2
1/2 litre tankard "Gesundheit!"

Emil Sahm 14-2-24-1
Basemark in black, on the tankard above.


Emil Sahm 2
Red Ink stamp, dated 1929

Emil Sahm 13-11-1-1
Cast mark on the underside of the lid on a 
modern 0.5 litre "Pfungstädter" stein.

Emil Sahm 6
Modern sahm combined with the capacity mark.

Emil Sahm 009
Modern Mark.


Emil Sahm 07
Norddeutscher Lloyd Lines. Stein #1023.
This scene
represents one of the Barbarossa class of ten ships launched between 1896 - 1901. This handed-painting-over-transfer has been seen on other steins, superimposed with ship's names from later classes.
  

Emil Sahm 08
Impressed mark on featured stein #1023.

Emil Sahm 12-2-1-1
Ink stamp mark on military service stein.

Emil Sahm 16-8-8-2
German military club,
commemorative trip around the world, dated 1936.

Emil Sahm 16-8-8-1
Ink stamp base mark on stein immediately above.


Emil Sahm 15-6-20-2
H.A.L. for the Holland America Line?

Emil Sahm 15-6-20-1
Impressed mark on the base of the above stein.

Emil Sahm 5
Ink stamp on base of a stein.

Emil Sahm 3
Emil Sahm, Grenzhausen on hinge assembly.

Emil Sahm 2
Emil Sahm, Grenzhausen on hinge assembly.

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