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Ferdinand Bagge
Ketschengasse 3, Coburg. Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Thuringia, (joined Bavaria 1920)

Zinngießermeister / Master pewterer.

Ferdinand Bagge was thought to have been in business by 1863. In 1881 Bagge developed the attic of 

Ketschengasse 3 into a Zinngiesserei. After Ferdinand's death, his widow continued the glass and porcelain business, first by herself, and then with the help of other companies. In 1900 the business was purchased by Richard Scheibe.

 By 1906 the business had expanded into the ground floor shop.

Purchased stein bodies from: Possibly Messrs. E. Kick or Dorfner & Co 



F. Bagge 2
Pewterer's mark on underside of lid on featured stein

F. Bagge 1
Porcelain stein, circa 1880's,
possibly by E.Kick or Dorfner & Co.

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