Stein of unknown manufacture, with graphic design by Carl Moos, with "Grotte München"possibly a Munich Bierkeller and a pewter lid in the shape of a Salamander
Top view of Salamander lid.
Another view of Salamander lid.
Cast pewterer's mark on the underside of the Salamander lid.
Ink stamp, showing that Johann Hiedl had sole manufacturing rights
Cast pewterer's mark. Sans-serif script.
Cast pewterer's mark. Serif script.
Cast pewterers's mark. Serif script
Punched pewterer's mark. N.B. From Straubing, presumably prior to moving to Munich.
Sticky label. N.B. From Straubing, presumably prior to moving to Munich.
The Royal Bavarian Infantry Life Guard Regiment in their blue uniforms prior to WW I. The Pickelhaube became universal in the Bavarian army after 1886.
Top side of lid on featured stein. Thumbpull featuring Bavarian shield.
Ink stamp on featured stein, showing that Johann Hiedl had sole manufacturing rights of this design. Also the impressed Marzi & Remy stamp is shown.