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A stein with an uncommon capacity mark, an M. The M is located on the front of the stein. The M stands for Mass (measurement) and such a capacity mark was used until the 1870's or thereabouts.
A mass is about 1.064 liters.

The body is 'combed' and the stein has a very nice and detailed pewter footring, as wel as an inlaid lid. The inlaid lid is a print-under-glaze, depicting a woman kissing a small child goodnight.
Inside the lid is a pewterer's mark: Weigl.

type stein materialstoneware
producer mold-
design dateca 1870   
height 19.0 cm (appx. 7.4 inches.)   

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