R. Wagner

Rudolf Wagner
Mettlach. Rheinland, Prussia. (now Saarland).
Zinngießereibesitzer. / Owner Pewter Foundry.
Rudolf Wagner (b.1842, in Hungary - d.1912 in Mettlach) His business is thought to have existed from the 1880's, until his death.
The glass steins are far more plentiful than the Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach examples.
Added pewter lids to steins from: Villeroy & Boch - MettlachSachsenglas
Reference: MySteinCollection
R. Wagner 2Sachsenglas stein, specially manufactured for R. Wagner with his own mark, so he could install his own lids.
R. Wagner 3 "R.W Mettlach" moulded mark of pewterer in body of Sachsenglas stein.  
R. Wagner 11-6-12-1 Mark from lid on Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach #1908/637, dated 1898, showing "R. Wagner Mettlach"  on a side view of a lidded stein.     ×      
R. Wagner 11-4-16-1 Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach stein #1972, dated 1890, with R. Wagner pewter.
R. Wagner 11-6-12-2 Lid with five ring hinge on Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach #1908/637, dated 1898.
R. Wagner 1Touch mark of R. Wagner on 5 ring hinge assembly of lid on Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach #1972.
R. Wagner 11-5-22-1 Advert placed in the "Adressbuch für die gesammte Brau-Industrie Europas," dated 1898. R. Wagner in Mettlach (Rheinland)Factory (for) metal lidded glasses and steinswith lids in a variety of forms, in the finest English pewter with out lead content.  For breweries the artfully executed design for the metal lid with the firm name, crest or patented mark of choice would be sent free of charge.For large orders breweries get special prices.Illustrated current prices are post paid free.Bohemian beer steins for light (coloured) beers.Each - Mark 1.10.           Each - Mark 1.00. N.B. Click to enlarge.

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