Christian Reck (Inhaber Bab. Reck and then Reinhold Reck)
Färbergraben 6 then 5, Wienstraße 23, Munich. Bavaria.
Zinngießerei & Malerei. / Pewterer & Decorator.
Known dates: 1893 - >1941. During 1926 the owner was Bab. Reck. By 1941 they were trading as Reinhold Reck.
Purchased stein bodies from: C.M. Hutschenreuter (Arsburg) L. Thannemann et Cie J.P. Thewalt Wick-Werke Marzi & Remy
Reference: Digital Bibliothek Advertisment
Nette Br_x0001_åu is a brewery, founded 1849, in Weißenthurm, Rhineland Palatinate.
Cast mark on the underside of lid on featured stein above.
This cast mark is on the underside of a pewter lid from a brewery stein marked Münchener - Liége, 1905.
1/2 litre porcelain stein. Man offering woman a drink.
Lid and thumb lift on porcelain stein above.
"Ch. Reck" on one side of the shank of the hinge assembly, with "Muenchen" on the reverse side, on the stein above.
Marzi & Remy Regimental stein: Kgl Bayr. 20 Inftr. Regt. Prinz Rupprecht v. Bay. 5 Comp." from 1909/1911, therefore dated 1911.
Signature on base of the regimental stein above. It is assumed that Friedrich? M. Reck was a relation of Chr. Reck.
Handwritten mark, complete with C.M (Carl Magnus) Hutschenreuther ink stamp. In old German handwriting, e.g. Kurrentschrift, the macron (dash) over the "n" in the above signature, translates as "nn" in modern text; hence "Zinngiesserei or Zinngießerei".
Touchmark on stein lid tang.
Handwritten mark on stoneware stein, complete with impressed Johann Peter Thewalt mark
CR. Reck ........ (Zinngießerei) Färbergraben (No.?)
Pewterer's stamp on the underside of the lid of a 1 litre Merkelbach & Wick #1246 Jugendstil, dated circa 1905.
Occupational stein dated 1930 for a Bierführer or Brewery Drayman.
Details of the lid giving the drayman a reminder of his horse.
Chr. Reck's signature at the bottom of the stein.
Löwenbräu of Munich lid.
Cast mark on underside of Löwenbräu of Munich lid
Cast mark on the underside of a lid.
Handwritten marks on porcelain steins. In old German handwriting, e.g. Kurrentschrift, the macron (dash) over the "n" in the above signature, translates as "nn" in modern text; hence "Zinngiesserei or Zinngießerei".