Wonderful Early Nazi Period Army Regimental Stein for 1st Co., 100th Pioneer BN 1935-36
ARTIFACT: Wonderful early Nazi period Army Regimental lidded stein for 1st Company, 100th Pioneer Battalion 1935 1936. The stein depicts soldier working together to build a wooden plank walkway or bridge. The top of the image features the Nazi emblem in the center of a wreath of leaves. Along the base of the stein it reads: "BEI DER 1. KOMP. PIONEIR BATL. 10. 1935/36". The lid shows an eagle facing the viewer's left clutching a swastika in its talons in relief detail. The bottom reads: "POIERPRUG N.5104/50 MUSTER N: 613932 C" and the maker's mark reads: "BAUSCHER WEIDEN", "BAUSCHER EFFENBEIN"
VINTAGE: Circa 1935 1936
SIZE: Approximately 6-1/2" tall x 3" (top diameter) 3-3/4" (bottom diameter)
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Ceramic, pewter, paint, glaze
ATTACHMENT: Handle, hinged lid
MARKINGS: "POIERPRUG N.5104/50 MUSTER N: 613932 C", "BAUSCHER WEIDEN", "BAUSCHER EFFENBEIN"
ITEM NOTES: This is from a Nazi Germany collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. MCJJX16 LABGEX3/16
CONDITION: 8+ (Excellent): The stein shows minor to moderate wear mostly to lid, much of the painted details remain intact.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.