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Hauber & Reuther
Freising, Bavaria.
Hersteller & Künstmalerei / Manufacturers & Artist-decorators.
Founded by Adam Schön & Max Borho in 1876. Max Bohro sold out to Albert Hauber in late 1876. Then in 1878, Schön also sold out to Hauber. Finally in 1882, the company became Hauber & Reuther when Hans Reuther became a partner. In 1886, Hauber & Reuther lost its supply of Westerwald stoneware clay, so they manufactured in porcelain instead. They also bought in manufactured stoneware steins from Simon Peter Gerz 1
Merkelbach & Wick & Albert Jacob Thewalt for in-house decoration.
The factory finally closed in 1907.

Reference: John McGregor    Breindl  MySteinCollection  
Irmgard & Walter Endres, page 375




Hauber & Reuther 16-6-7-3
Hauber & Reuther #61. Right hand side.
Monk. Body as per ECS350.

Hauber & Reuther 17
Type 4 impressed mark.The logo was applied at the
factory, during production at Gerz in the latter
part of 1886.

 
Hauber & Reuther 13
40% of H&R steins had their lids punched with the above, or similar logo.

Hauber & Reuther 12
Type 1a incised mark. This mark was used on all 
Freising manufactured steins between 1882 & 1886.

Hauber & Reuther 7
Type 1c/2, hand painted over lightly inscribed mark, used on all porcelain steins manufactured in Freising 1886 onward.

Hauber & Reuther 15
Type 3 impressed mark.The logo was applied at the 
factory, during production at Merkelbach & Wick from latter part of 1886 to 1897.

Hauber & Reuther 18
Type 3 impressed mark.The logo was applied at the 
factory, during production at Merkelbach & Wick from latter part of 1886 to 1897.


Hauber & Reuther 16-6-7-2
Hauber & Reuther #61. Monk. Body as per ECS350, 
Dated 1882 - 1886. The version in brown with the lid insert showing a Hooded Monk (ECS350) has been seen with the lid ring etched with the year 1880, 
possibly as made by Hauber, 
pre Hauber & Reuther partnership.

Hauber & Reuther 16-6-7-1
Hauber & Reuther #61. basemark on above stein.
Type 1a incised mark. This mark was used on all
 
Freising manufactured steins between 1882 & 1886.

Hauber & Reuther 14
Type 3 impressed mark.The logo was applied at the 
factory, during production at Merkelbach & Wick from latter part of 1886 to 1897
. The ink mark shows that it was "touched up" possibly with highlights afterwards. The ink mark is incorrect. It shows a type 1c/2, it should be a type 5. The "196a" is a decor number, which in this case becomes the model number.

Hauber & Reuther
Type 1a incised mark. This mark was used on all
Freising manufactured steins between 1882 & 1886.
The "inverted T" is a quality control mark.

Hauber & Reuther 2
Type 1a incised mark. This mark was used on all 
Freising manufactured steins between 1882 & 1886.
The "hurricane" is a quality control mark.




Hauber & Reuther 16-6-7-4
Hauber & Reuther #61. Left hand side.
Monk. Body as per ECS350.

Hauber & Reuther 001
Hauber & Reuther #154, dated 1882- 1886.

Hauber & Reuther 12-8-22-1

The A.J.Thewalt factory sold undecorated, or partially decorated steins to HR who then completed them and marked them with a type 5 mark and later the type 6 rubber stamp marks (below), These steins also carried the Thewalt factory mark. All Thewalt activity was post 1897. The rubber stamps are also found on HR produced porcelain steins.  It is believed the rubber stamp was used after HR was no longer producing steins and were working off their inventory. Here we see A.J.Thewalt 3Ltr. #92, subsequently decorated by HR and type 6 stamp added.

Hauber & Reuther 18
Here we see A.J.Thewalt 0.5Ltr. #200, subsequently decorated by HR, given the decoration number 35 and type 5 signature added.

Hauber & Reuther 19

Hauber & Reuther 11
A normal decorated porcelain stein showing
Type 1c plus Type 5 marks

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