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Beer Steins and Glass Beer Mugs
Texas Renaissance Beer Stein – 1990
This is a really cool beer stein collectible from the Texas Renaissance Festival. The Texas Renaissance Festival started in 1974 on the location of an old strip mining site. The Texas Renaissance Festival claims to be "the nation’s largest Renaissance theme park." This stein is from 1990 and has great details around the mug. It has knights on the sides with antiquing to bring out the details. Perfect for the man cave. Looks great on a shelf. There are no nicks or cracks and the color is great.
Texas Renaisance Beer Stein – 1988
This is a really cool beer stein collectible from the Texas Renaissance Festival. The Texas Renaissance Festival started in 1974 on the location of an old strip mining site. The Texas Renaissance Festival claims to be "the nation’s largest Renaissance theme park. This mug is from 1988. It has knights on the sides with antiquing to bring out the details. Perfect for the man cave. Looks great on a shelf. There are no nicks or cracks and the color is great."
Pewter Duck Medallion Mug
Beautifully detailed duck pewter medallion on this glass beer stein. The pictures don't do it justice. The medallion has ducks flying above a marsh on the background. There is a 3 dimensional duck in front. Grape leaves and grapes are embossed on the pressed glass mug. The bottom is clear and there are no markings for manufacturer or date. This was a display piece and is in perfect condition.
Vintage Wood Duck Lidded Mug
Great scene of three Wood Ducks flying above a marsh. There is a lid included. The image is screen printed ceramic mug. It was made in Brazil. It is 5 1/2" tall, 4" at the bottom with a 3" opening. The green accent stripe at the top and bottom brings out the colors of the ducks. It was only used for display and is in great condition.
Salvator Paulaner Mug
This mug has the Paulaner logo on the front with faceted shapes (circles and squares) around the sides. The top has a gold rim that is in excellent condition. This mug has only been displayed and never used. There are no chips or cracks. It is 5 1/8 inches tall and has a 2 7/8 opening.
“Drifting Woodies” Wood Duck Stein
Beautiful Wood Duck Beer Stein. This is a special edition piece by Neal Anderson. Made is Mexico, the image is printed on the mug and framed by gold lines above and below the image. It was created in 1987 and has a detailed thumblift of a duck. There is a porcelain insert on the lid showing the name of the piece and the artist. It is 6 1/4" tall and 4" round.
Collectible Moose Glass Beer Stein
Image of a majestic moose printed on a lidded glass mug. The glass was made in Italy, who is known for glass. The rest was made in West Germany. It has a solid pewter lid. The lid has small leaves and berries embossed creating a nice ring around the top of the lid. It has a heavy bottom and feels solid in your hand. It is 6 3/4 inches tall and 3 3/4 inches at the bottom.
Pheasants and Rabbits Glass Mug
Wonderful images of pheasants and rabbits printed on a glass mug. Made in West Germany is printed inside the lid. I have seen glasses with different versions of the lid, the handle and the images. The lid is plain as well as the handle. It is 7 inches tall and 4 inches at the bottom.
Old Spice Columbia Mug
Beautifully simply sailing ship printed on a large glass mug. The sailing ship is the Columbia from 1901. The glass is clear with no chips or cracks. The thumblift is traditional and there is an anchor on the pewter lid. The bottom of the mug is beautiful as well. This is Old Spice collectible and ALWE is stamped in the glass on the bottom. It was produced in Germany, is 7" tall, and 3 3/4 inches wide at the bottom.
Canadian Goose Glass Mug
This beautiful goose has been printed on a glass mug and was produced by Princess House. It looks great on the shelf and will hold a great drink. It has never been used, only displayed so the silver rim around the top and bottom is in great condition. There is one small spot to the left of the birds on the bottom that shows some wear. It is 5 1/8 inches tall and 3 5/8 at the bottom.
Columbus Glass Mug
This mug commemorates the journey of Christopher Columbus and has the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria ships. It was put out by Long John Silvers in 1992 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the voyage. The information on the scroll is only about the Nina. The bottom has a ships compass that is raised and adds a great little detail. It is 5 1/2 inches tall and 3 1/4 at the base. There are no chips or cracks.
Collectible Eagle Tankard
This beautiful Eagle Tankard is from the Franklin Mint. It is called "Eagle of the Last Frontier" and was painted by Ted Blaylock. There are 3 eagle scenes around the body of the tankard. Two are of eagles in flight and one is the eagle perched on a limb. The top has a gold insert that looks like a large coin and it has an eagle on it. It is stamped on the bottom in gold print. It is 5 inches tall not including the thumblift. It is 3 5/8 inches round at the bottom. It has never been used and only displayed on a shelf. We have a selection of Glass Mugs that are etched or painted and a variety of Beer Steins that wildlife on them. Any of these would be perfect for the Man Cave. All are in excellent used condition. I have not found any chips or worn designs. They were purchased and put on display, not actually used.
Eagle Beer Stein
Eagle beer stein. This is tall and elegant. There are raised images all around the bottom of the stein. Check out the eagle on the top of the lid. This piece is 4" wide & 8.5" tall. This piece is in excellent condition. It would be a very nice addition to any collection or a good starter piece.