Catalog No. 500
Pottery; relief; 2.0L, 1.0L, 0.5L, 0.25L, 0.125L and 0.0625L, pewter lid.
“Gruß (or Gruss) aus München”
(Greetings from Munich)
“Alles kann der Deutsche wagen, fordert’s Ehre, Recht u. Pflicht. (2.0L only)
Alles kann der Deutsche tragen, nur den Durst erträgt er nicht.”
(The German can risk anything, if it requires honor, justice and duty.
The German can cope with anything, only thirst he cannot bear.)
Created as the coat-of-arms or archival seal of Munich in 1239, the centrally depicted Münchner Kindl (Munich Child) has evolved from a hooded monk standing in front of Munich’s gate to a charming child and symbol of the city.
The configuration of these steins varies depending mainly on size, but significant variation can be found even among similarly sized examples.
2.0L Full-color: $125-$175 / Ltd-color: $90-$125
1.0L Full-color: $75-$100 / Ltd-color: $60-$80
0.5L Full-color: $60-$80 / Ltd-color: $50-$70
0.25L Full-color: $40-$60 / Ltd-color: $35-$50
0.125L or 0.0625L Full-color: $25-$40 / Ltd-color: $20-$30