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German RegimentalHussar Calvary Porcelain Beer Stein
4th Eskadron of the 13th "King Umberto of Italy" (1st Kurhessian) Hussar - Diedenhofen1907-1910
This wonderful regimental stein stands at 11.5" tall and comes from the 4th Eskadron of the 13th "King Umberto of Italy" (1st Kurhessian) Hussars. This regiment was garrisoned in Diedenhofen, a city that today is known as Thionville and is now a part of France. The stein is named to Reservist Sattler, who served from 1907-1910. This colorful near mint stein features a pewter lid with a Husaren soldier on his galloping horse. The strap of the lid is tight to the handle with no movement. The thumb lift is of an eagle. The lithophane is in great condition, only marred by a couple of very faint litho lines. It features a picture of a reservist and his wife or girlfriend. Held up to the light you will see a picture of a reservist saying "Farewell." The roster is clear and bright with only little fading. The sides of this great stein feature scenes of Husaren reservists on patrol, of them saying goodbye to their loved ones, of them firing their rifles, and of them stampeding into battle. Don't miss the opportunity to own a wonderful example of a fine Husaren regiment. Best of all no reserve!
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On Jan-21-14 at 20:32:39 PST, seller added the following information: