Dümler & Breiden #58, usually in stoneware, but also with a copper coating applied, as seen above. Dümler & Breiden #67 and Reinhold Hanke #1229 has also been seen supplied with this coating.
Impressed identification and Patent marks of the featured copper coated Dümler & Breiden #58 stein. These impressed marks were made, whilst the pottery was at its "green" stage, prior to the pottery being fired at the manufacturer. The stein would then be copper coated.
Impressed mark from a Dümler & Breiden #58 stein. Whilst this example still has the special "Patent" marking, which presumably refers to the copper leaf coating, was for some unknown reason, sold without the coating.
Basemark on another Thomas-Bräu München 0,4L, this time in black.
Souvenir stein "Gruß aus Gmunden"
Vendor's mark on the base of the handle of the souvenir stein above, was obviously made specifically for them by an unknown maker.
A better view of the vendor's mark LTM on the base of the handle on a similar stein from the same maker.
Invoice letterhead, date 22nd April 1901, stating that the owners were Wilhelm Schöne and Ludwig Thannemann, in business as porcelain decorators and pewterers.
Impressed mark on a stein manufactured by Marzi & Remy and sold by L. Thannemann et Cie. München.
Impressed mark on a stein manufactured by Marzi & Remy and sold by L. Thannemann et Cie. München
Thomas-Bräu München 0,4L
Lid on Thomas-Bräu München 0,4L
Mark under the handle on Thomas-Bräu München 0,4L
Heavily Seriffed L.T/M on unknown stein.
A wooden punch with San-Seriffed littering used by Marzi & Remy to mark L.T.M. steins.
Close up of the Marzi & Remy punch.