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Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne &  Söhne
Debrastraße 13, Rudolstadt. Thuringia.
Hersteller / Manufacturer
After being repurchased in 1937, Ernst Bohne & 
Söhne  was reopened, at the original address, as Albert Stahl & Co. vormals Ernst Bohne &  Söhne . Albert Stahl was the 
one time accountant for Ernst Bohne & Söhne. Following World War II the factory was nationalised by the East German government and subsequently merged with the 
Sitzendorfer Porzellanmanufaktur in 1974, but then in 1990 was reprivatised and reassumed the name Albert Stahl & Co. At this point they commenced 
making "reproductions" of the Ernst Bohne & Söhne range, as well as other figural steins. 
They are still trading today.
Reference: Stahl  Character Steins  Ernst Bohne & 
Söhne  Stein Collectors

Albert Stahl & Co. 4

Gaudeamus Igitur Juvenes Dum Sumus.
 
So let us be merry whilst we are still young.

Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Sohne 13-2-22-1

The modern "Anchor BS" mark, used on Stahl's first steins, replaced the "Anchor EB" mark of E.Bohne  Söhne  Some collectors of original E. Bohne  Söhne were unable to differentiate between the two, and it was soon replaced by the "Crown & Shield" mark. This particular example was on the base of the "Arsch mit Oren" character stein. "Arsch mit Oren" or Arse / Ass with Ears is slang for "Silly Bugger"  

Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Sohne 04
Ink Stamp " Crown & Shield" together with separate ink stamp "Made in Germany", dated c.1990 - current date.


Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Sohne 0006
Albert Stahl & Co. catalogue front cover,
which shows all three marks used. 


Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Sohne 03
 Ink Stamp " Crown & Shield" together with separate ink stamp "Made in Germany", dated c.1990 - current date.

King-Werke Würfel & Müller 07
This limited edition porcelain stein was made by Albert Stahl with a mould design, coprighted by King-Werk. The main mark is underglaze, but the blue stick-on label indicates that this particular piece was distributed by King-Werk.



Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Söhne 16-5-6-2
Owl Stein

Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Söhne 16-5-6-1
Basemarks on Owl Stein above.

Albert Stahl & Co. GmbH vormals Ernst Bohne & Sohne 010
Ink Stamp,  Model introduced 1994

Albert Stahl & Co. 3
Ink Stamp,  dated c.1990 - current date.

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