Collector's CircleErste Gruppe ***************************** _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unidentified marks Can you identify any of the following marks? Perhaps a stein in your collection has one of these marks? In some cases I have the photo of the corresponding stein, which I can e-mail to anyone who thinks they might know the answer. Watch this space, there are plenty more to follow.
Basemark on a stein with a rams head Diesinger handle Image L26
Image L25. T.G. Kellein????
Image L 23
Image L22. Moulded mark on base of glass stein
. Image L21. Unknown (amateur or professional) artist on aCeramic Art Company - Beleek stein
Image L19. Wekara?
Image L18. Unknown maker who supplied steins for onward decoration, Theo Kuhn was supplied this way.
Image L15. JRH touchmark has been used on aDümler & Breiden kanne #20
Image C9. It has been sugggested that this might be J. Hering & Sohn in Köppelsdorf Germany, 1912 – 1945, which might be a continuation of Julius Hering & Weithause (1893-1908) of Köppelsdorf. This company's mark was a flag with the initials H&W.
Image C4. Decorator or vendor? on a Gerz #788
Image C3. Giavina?
Image R20 Image R19. Unknown pewterer on Johann Lipp stein
Image R15. A coloured version of this mark has been seen on a Stein dedicated to "Mader's German Restaurant, Milwaukee". Possibly a US importer?
Image R9, Gerhard Knopf in Steinbach, c.1975
Image R8. Probably a counterfeit version of the beehive mark of Royal Vienna Porcelain. Possibly Ackermann & Fritze - Volkstedt
Image R7. On underside of lid of RM #2164 stein
Image R5. On lid of V&B - Mettlach #2091 dated 1894