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    Imperial German Regimental Stein, [Baden] 8 Comp. Inft. Rgt. Markg Ludw. Wilh. 3. Bad. Nr. 111 Rastatt. 1911-13. The stein, 12" high including the pewter hinged-lid, is hand-colored and named to infantry Reservist Bach. The center of the china stein has depictions of Grand Duke Frederick II of Baden and Ludwig Wilhelm, Margrave of Baden flanked by soldiers in uniform and infantry firing, soldiers charging, soldiers at camp, and a soldier kissing a young country maiden. The lid has a pewter soldier and the Baden griffin. The thumb-piece is the Baden griffin. The bottom of the stein has a lithopane of a soldier flirting with a barmaid. A hole and a tiny glass plug in the helmet of the soldier on the lid, else no chips, breaks, or repairs, thus very fine.

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