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Hermann Wenning
Johannesstraße 151, Johannesring 19, Erfurt, Thuringia. (originally in Saxony, Prussia)
Hohlglas-Grosshandlung / Glass Wholesaler 
Founded in 1871, with a product range including ceramic caviar pots with decorated metal lids and various other small glass storage containers. At some point in time Hermann Wenning Jr. and Albert Hackenberg became joint owners. They had their own kilns which were presumably used for firing of decorations, enamels and glasses. They were still in business until after 1947.
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Basemark on the featured glass stein (left).
D.R.G. 64321: Beer drinking vessels with enamelled or melted coloured glass onto transparent surfaces of any form. Hermann Wenning, Johannesstraße 151, ErfurtDated 15th September 1896 - W. 4534



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Postcard from Hermann Wenning,
Johannesstrasse 151, dated 18th March 1912.
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Hermann Wenning, Hohlglas-Grosshandlung, Johannesstraße 151, founded 1871. Postcard sent to Glashüttenwerke Greiner & Co. of Demitz-Thumitz, Saxony, dated Erfurt, 29th July 1947.
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Motif thought to promote swift postal services by rail.
Clear glass stein with an enamelled exterior and with two clear vertical slots in the paint acting as beer level indicators.

Hermann Wenning 1

Clear glass stein with an enamelled exterior, with two clear vertical slots in the paint acting as beer level indicators. Transfer decoration "Deutscher Radfahrerbund" (German Cycling Federation), together with Illustration of Child with a Penny Farthing, circa 1896. D.R.G specification below:

D.R.G 64321 Bier-Trinkgefässe aus mit Emaille oder Schmelzfarben eingebranntem Glas mit durchsichtigen Schauflächen beliebiger Form. Hermann Wenning , Erfurt, Johannesstr. 151. 
15.9.96 - W. 4534










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 D.R.G specification below:

D.R.G 64321 Bier-Trinkgefässe aus mit Emaille oder Schmelzfarben eingebranntem Glas mit durchsichtigen Schauflächen beliebiger Form. Hermann Wenning , Erfurt, Johannesstr. 151. 
15.9.96 - W. 4534


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Hermann Wenning Catalogue, dated 1930.
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Basemark on the featured glass stein (left).

D.R.G. 64321: Beer drinking vessels with enamelled or melted coloured glass onto transparent surfaces of any form.  Hermann Wenning, Erfurt, Johannesstr. 151. Dated 15th September 1896 - W. 4534

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