A Small “Pictorial Compendium” of Stein Terms. (Mj – Mz) AWPD




 


 

PLEASE NOTE:

I DO NOT DO VALUE ($$$’s) APPRAISALS! There are way too many variables: condition, location, time of year, present trends in stein collecting, local (and now national) economics; but most of all = prior expectations by the owner, are among the reasons!

I have for over a year now placed these short “notifications” at the bottom of each page! It is now obvious to me the general public never gets that far before wanting to ask me a question on beer stein dollar values. So I have had to move them forward as I am getting tired of copying them and sending them back to people as an answer to their “stein value” questions. This was meant to be an informational web site only.

NOR WILL I KNOWINGLY DO ASSESSMENTS for the future selling of steins on auction sites such as eBay, etc. Go to the web site for “Stein Collector’s International” and click on “Stein Talk,” someone there might help you. I just do not have the time! My web site was really started as an informational site for beginning beer stein collectors that would be looking for the info and not the general public. This site has its own search engine [top right on each page!] SO if one puts in “Wood Steins” or “Hand painted steins,” it will give one a list of all the pages that has that subject matter within it.

STILL WISH TO CONTACT ME ABOUT ANY INFORMATION ON THIS SITE?  EMAIL:  STEVE (STEPHEN)  = thevirginian@cox.net


 

 

MICHAEL THE ARCANGEL AND THE DEVIL (SHOWN AS A DRAGON) SHOWING SIEGBURG STEIN DATED 1573 – ON BOOK COVER   – NOT ST. GEORGE

CR- MICHAELarchangel  AND THE DEVIL

MICHAEL [2] THE ARCANGEL-   DETAIL AND THE DEVIL (SHOWN AS A DRAGON) SHOWING SIEGBURG STEIN DTD 1573 — ON BOOK COVER   – NOT ST. GEORGE

CR- MICHAEL  archangeland devil detail  [2]

 

 


 

 

     

Milk glass steins – An off bright white glass is used. Made mostly in Bohemia in the 1810-40’s period and hand painted, with flowers, verses and gold lines.  Usually found in one liter size and very collectible. Shown: Left: A 1 liter “set-on-lid” milk glass stein. Circa 1830 -40.  Right: A scarcer 1/2 liter size, most came in a one liter. Circa 1830-40. [FWTD]

For more info see: http://www.steveonsteins.com/pretzels-with-your-milk-glass-beer-stein-new-12-10-11

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Shown: .5 liter milk glass stein with an applied pink-orange stain, applied enameled dots and hand painted. A very pretty example. Circa 1840.

For more info see the page:   http://www.steveonsteins.com/pretzels-with-your-milk-glass-beer-stein-new-12-10-11


 

MINER’S ENGINERING STUDENT – HOBNAIL STEIN COPPER MOLDED THUMBLIFT.

 

 

CR- MINERS ENGINERING STUDENT

 


 

Miniature stein – Steins that are less than 3 inches in height. Lots of them are supposed to be salesmans’ give-aways. I have always doubted that, but can’t prove it one way or the other. Miniature stein collectors do not consider “kinder steins and mugs” to be true miniatures!


Shown above ▲: A porcelain miniature mug showing a PUG scene of the “Seven Swabians.” 

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Shown below▼: A true miniature stein, hand made and painted in Scandinavia and  less than 3 inches tall. Dated 1897!

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Minton pottery – Well thought of English pottery firm. based in Stoke. Producers of Porcelain and various types of earthenware under several different partnerships.  1793 to present. Shown above: A Minton relief 13.5 inch majolica server; usually expensive when found. 

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Shown below: A Minton majolica wine jug. 9 3/4   inches tall.


 

Miss Piggy Beaker – The world famous glass “celeb beaker” produced in the very late 20th century.

 See: http://www.steveonsteins.com/weird-and-crazy-stuff-about-steins-drinking-vessels-drinking-and-collectors.


 

Mistakes on steins – See “Error steins.”


 

 

   

Mixed metals – This doesn’t mean the metals were blended together, that is called ‘an alloy.’  Ii does means steins where parts  are made of different metals and are combined to create a contrasting effect. Shown above ▲: A copper body, with stamped brass, with molded heavy brass lid and handle. This unusual  stein looks fantastic shined up. German or Austrian. Circa 1870. Maker Unknown. Check out the grotesque thumblift and the handle’s finial dolphin!  [FWTD] 

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Shown below:Another example, this time copper with buffed pewter (perhaps nickel.) Deco. Dated 1911. A trophy.

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Mocha – English creamware mugs, perhaps some were used for beer or ale, but  they are kind of small. Shown: One called “Cat’s eyes.”  Circa 1899.

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Mockba (Russian for Moscow) Shown: A stamped copper over zinc [?] souvenir stein from Moscow City . Ca. 1900-17.

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Modell steins  – See “Mud steins” below.

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Modern steins – To the average drinking vessel collector, any stein / mug produced after the end of World War II (1945) is “Modern.” This includes those made by Franklin Mint, Avon, Budweiser, Utica Club, other USA breweries, “Limited Editions”, etc.  

[L] Avon [products] modern pottery stein showing fishing scenes. These were non-limited editions. 

[R] Advertized as: “Marine Corp Stein Limited Edition of 5,000, MAGNIFICENT!” (You can be the judge of that!)

For modern brewery character steins, please  see: http://www.steveonsteins.com/guest-writers-articles-7-jerry-bergs-charted-modern-brewery-character-steins

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A Budweiser stein (really just a mug.). These were very popular collector items in the 1980 -90’s  {This one is from 1988.) As “Hummels”, “Beanie babies” and lots of other heavily promoted “in things”, the supply soon exceeded the demand and the makers of all  these great investments  ‘went to hell in a hand basket.’

See below: A “very modern”, quite gaudy German Beer stein. Most all collectors start out buying modern steins, but don’t take long to switch! Friends of mine started buying “Utica Club” pieces [Schultz and Dooleys, etc.] only 5 years ago and are now buying 1700’s stoneware pieces (at “slightly” higher prices!)

Of course not everyone can afford those and a quite happy showing off their collection of “limited editions” when friends visit. Hey, It’s a big world out there folks! So…..what ever “flips your skirt!”  

Also see Jerry Berg’s article on Modern Brewery character steins:

http://www.steveonsteins.com/guest-writers-articles-7-jerry-bergs-charted-modern-brewery-character-steins

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“Dumbest stein of the year” Named so by “The Stein Posse” in 2010. How would one ever drink from it?  we all considered it a big waste of good ceramic atoms.  The  cost was $319.00 and $8.28 shipping.


 

Modified stein – See Married stein and unmarried (Divorced =on  same definition page.)


 

   

Mold blown steins (glass ) –  Glass vessels that were literally blown in a wooden mold giving the piece its shape and while the glass is very hot to insure uniformity of design  – usually  a geometric design . This was easier than engraving / cutting  and gave a quite satisfactory appearance.

Shown above▲: One very nicely done mold blown stein with applied handle. Circa 1885. If one touches the diamond cut side design, the edges will not be sharp as they are on cut glass.

I believe mold blown stein are highly underrated as collectibles, given most of their ages. This is not the same as “pressed glass” as a lot of uninformed stein collectors think, thereby decreasing the value / cost of these pieces. They were made from the 1830’s on, and many are found with porcelain insert lids, as shown below.

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 Monk steins and mugs – Perhaps only third  to gnomes  and deer as a subject matter on European drinking vessels. The idea comes from the middle ages when the monks made vast amounts of mead and then beer to sell to the general public for additional money to honor the “Glory of God!”  Shown above: A C & C (Lenox) example with silver design on copper lid.   See also: “Moriage.” (Just below )

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Shown below: A humorous Rosenthal porcelain “monk” mug.

See also: Art work / Monks:  http://www.steveonsteins.com/the-sport-of-drinking-p3-the-monks-11-1-10-no-x

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Monkey / Monkey on you back, A – A German colloquialism that stands for severe drunkenness, or alcoholism. Monkeys are a favorite stein decor, along with cats (hangovers), and herring (billed as the best hangover food.)

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Monkey Cup, The – One of the most famous cups (actually a beaker) now owned by the MMA and shown in The Cloisters’ collection.

For photo see No. 10 @ : http://www.steveonsteins.com/rarity-scale-for-beer-steins


 

Moor’s cup -STERLING SILVER MOST REALISTIC  (Where is Photo???)

 

 


 

Moon flask -A server with a full round flattened body.  Lots were made in Westerwald stoneware  wine jugs.

Above▲: A more modern version done by Theresienthal Glasshütte. 12.8 inches tall. Early 20th century .

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Moors Cup, or Moor’s Cup – 1.2 L Jug – Ad said: A reproduction of a so-called ‘Moors Cup’ from around 1588 from Passau. I’d like to acquire more info on the original piece. I’ve been looking  for it but to no avail.

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Moor’s Head Cup, made by  Christoph Jamnitzer in Munich around 1600,  Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Munich

Well in doing some searching I came up with this beauty ▲. A lot nicer than the pewter piece above and now I know one more thing I didn’t know 10 minutes ago.

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Moriage Porcelain – A style of porcelain decoration that lays beads of porcelain on the item prior to kiln firing, and then painting these later. This creates a raised motif.


 

Morris & Willmore’ Monk Friar ‘apple cider mugs’ [ha]

 

CR- Morris & Willmore


 

Mory, L. – A pewter-smith in Munich about 1913  To my knowledge he made mostly contract work. Shown ▲: A L. Mory lid on a brewery stein. Sometimes his  mark is on the inside of the lid, sometimes on the shank.

See: http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein159

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There is a later L. Mory which was his grandson who has made  (Ca, 1950’s) some nice fayence reproductions such as shown below ▼.

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Mosaic steins (mostly by V & B Mettlach) – A serious misnomer when applied to these V & B Mettlach steins. True mosaics were made by putting very small pieces of colored glass or colored tiles together to make a much larger design or pattern. These should be called Geometric Patterns.” 

Please see the Tab: “Beer stein myths and  a few misnomers.” this  web site: http://www.steveonsteins.com/beer-stein-dictionary-1

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Mosbach,  1770-1828 – City or town of major fayence stein production. For more info, see: http://www.thepatriotexchange.com/pss/hisfai.htm

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MoseMoser Glasfrabrik, Karlsbad Austria –  Glass firm noted for richly done enameled glassware in the 1800’s. The firm is still in production.  [Steve’s Sarcastic  Note: If one tenth the glass that people / eBay sellers say was made by “Moser” had actually been made by this firm, it would still have to have been the biggest glass manufacturer in the world ….. and so for at least 2 centuries!]

MOSER GLASS STEIN   A REAL ONE  RFA

CR- MOSER GLASS STEIN   A REAL ONE  RFA

 


 

 

Moss (Kate Moss) breast champagne glass.-  Well I guess if you are going to have one it might as well be from a celebrity [of sorts]; of course when this glass  hit the shops  she was then !! 

 

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R - kate   Moss-copyof left breast -2    WOMEN PAGE

 

 

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Mother of pearl beer steins / – The example shown, 12.2 inches tall, was supposedly made in the 1600’s for the English market (Auctioneers promotional ad copy!) It is made of small pieces of cut mother-of-pearl that have been copper pinned to the body (body material unknown to me.) 

There are a couple of examples known in the world. (I don’t think they are pretty, but then what the hell do I know?) This one ▲sold at a US stein auctioneer’s auction in July, 2007  for a total [with buyer’s premium] of $120,750.00! (I wouldn’t have given anyone 2K for it, and that just shows why stein collecting is so much personal taste.)

It is now (2011) still on display in downtown New York City, where the antique dealers that bought it still have it for sale. I hope they are some happy clams!

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Motto ware – Drinking vessels with funny or noteworthy sayings engraved or painted on them. Shown: A Doulton Lambeth mug. Late 1800’s.

The Germans made lots of Motto ware steins with English phrases around the turn of the 1800’s to 1900’s for export to the USA.

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Mud steins – The Nic-name for  the mostly colorless  relief beer steins (gray, tan, brown) produced in the Westerwald  from about 1850’s to 11890.  Also called Model steins (the German word).  See “Regensburg,” and the tab: “The un-official catalog of mud steins,”  coming some time soon [ 2014? ] to this web site.

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Mueller, Albin – Jugenstil designer. Shown above: Dumler & Breiden,  1-2L. (Art Nouveau) designed by Mueller.  [RFA]

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Below ▼: Two more Jugenstil steins designed by Mueller and made by Reinhold – Merkelbach. first and third photos both RFA]

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SOS -  A RDY  - Albin Müller Design Jugendstil Beer Stein

A better photo than one above  and   done in a different color.  No doubt a friendship stein as all panels are standing deer.

For more on friendship steins please see; http://www.steveonsteins.com/other-fellowship-and-for-love-affection-symbols-on-beer-steins-not-all-glass

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0.5 L -Marzi & Remy Art Nouveau, brown glazed stoneware. designed by Albin Müller, see page 74  the catalog Westerwald stoneware 1900 The New Era 1930 - by Erlebach --Schimanski. -2

One produced by Marzi & Remy,  designed by Mueller.

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Muffin cover or muffin  lid – The same as a “Bun lid.”

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Muffle-fired — A lower temperature third firing achieved by protecting the ceramic materials from the main heat of the kiln by placing them behind muffling fire bricks, or chamotte capsules; this process made an almost unlimited range of glaze colors available.

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Mug –  Basically a drinking vessel (a very large cup) usually cylindrical; with a handle and designed “never” to have a lid.  Shown ▲: A large Danish silver ‘mug ‘with a line of “peg’s” inside (Peg tankard.) Circa late 1700’s. Which has been cleaned and buffed way too much!

For”Unusual mugs, see: http://www.steveonsteins.com/in-the-near-future-2-1-2

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 I do not know what causes it, but every time I see this modern day Oktoberfest “mug”, it just brings tears to my eyes!

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 Pewter lidded, incised  stoneware stein by “Wim!”

Muhlendyck, Wim  –   Wim Muhlendyck was born in 1905 and ran his own workshop and pottery between 1931 and 1970.  This stein ▲ is decorated and trimmed with cobalt blue and the figure of a charging boar. .Thick pewter lid.  Stein measures 3 7/8” high exclusive of the lid and the base is 3 1/8” in diameter. The mold / style number on the bottom is 414C and the Muhlendyck incised “stylized butterfly” mark accompanies it. For more info please see:  http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein1

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A couple of more of his done with  the same technique.

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Munchener Kinde (Munich Child / Maid ) – Above ▲: A KPM plaque showing what she does best.

For many more examples, please see: http://www.steveonsteins.com/the-maids-of-munich

Also see:Munich Maid below ▼.

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.5 liter pewter,  Münchener Kindl in relief on front panel and as the thumblift. Probably made by Lichtinger, in Munich. Ca. 1890

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Munchener Werkstatte fur Kerramik Kunst Steins –  This firm started in the 1920’s from the remnants of another firm. They made lead glazed wares that mimic the much older “Habnerware.”  This pattern [above] with the running deer being chased was their most popular.  One liter. Many  of their steins have niches with religious figures in front of them. It is unknown if they made , or who made, these pewter lids, some of which are quite elaborate.

For more info on this firm please see:

[1] http://www.steveonsteins.com/majolica-english-type-or-lead-glazed-drinking-vessels-from-the-munchner-werkstatten-fur-keramische-kunst-the-munich-workshop-for-pottery-artwork

[2] http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein1

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As with Lionel trains in the USA, not all MWFKK steins were design winners! [tsaco]

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Munich Maid – The most recent transition of the unofficial symbol for the city of Munich, Germany. It was originally a monk (see below) .  Shown. A 14.8 inch high porcelain character stein by Jos.. Mayer, Munich. (One of Steve’s  favorites.) [FWTD]

For many more examples, please see: http://www.steveonsteins.com/the-maids-of-munich

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Shown: A carved deer’s horn attached to a 1 liter clear glass stein’s lid. The scene is the ” Munich Maid”  holding a ‘Humpen’ up in the air, while two dwarfs are taking their drinking seriously. [Ex-FWTD]

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Munich Monk –  The much earlier symbol of the City of  Munich. The “monk” is seen on relatively few steins from that city.

ALSO SEE: http://www.steveonsteins.com/the-maids-of-munich

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RMUSICIANS  START NEW  SUBJECT  LINEDeckelpokal mit Schneemalerei, 1870-90

 

Musical- this subject area covers a wide path  of stein collecting which inclused intruments, famous composers,  some printed well known music , etc etc   I see this subject being expanded to a full page within a year or two.  

HEROS , AMERICAN - Rear Admiral Schley USN Stein   RFA  6-13

 

Music box base –  Steins that have an extension added to the base to accommodate a small wind up music box. usually Swiss made and usually found inactive from being wound to tight. NOTE: most clock repair shops can fix these quite easily.) – Shown ▲Rear Admiral Schley,  USN  –   See “American Heros”  in this compendium for many more in this series of steins .5 liter .  [RFA]

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Musical Societies –  These organizations were everywhere in old Germany Steins such as one shown with a Lyre /or Harp  are the indicators. Shown above▲: Theresienthal .5 liter blown clear version with a PUG,  Circa 1900 – 10.

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Muskau steins  –  Muskau was founded in the 13th century and was first mentioned in 1249. The state country (Standesherrschaft) of Muskau was the largest of the Holy Roman Empire. It belonged to the Margraviate of Upper Lusatia, a Bohemian crown land which by the 1635 Peace of Prague passed to the Saxon Electorate, elevated to the Kingdom of Saxony in 1806. Much of Upper Lusatia was annexed by Prussia according to the 1815 Congress of Vienna and was administered within the Silesia Province.    After World War II it was divided along the Neisse River between East Germany and the Republic of Poland. About two thirds of the park came under Polish administration. In 1962 Muskau was renamed “Bad Muskau” after a therapeutic bath (spa) was built there.
Shown top ▲ ▲: An 11 inch.  Just above ▲:  11.3 inches. Because of the colors used, these are sometimes confused with Westerwald beer steins, yet they couldn’t have been made much farther away and still be in Germany.

Below: ▼ Brown glazed steins are the most common (but still not cheap!)

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Musterschutz  – German word essentially meaning Copyright Protection, or Trademark or Design Protection.

It is not the signature or mark of a manufacturer!!!  Shown ▲: The word on the bottom of a porcelain character beer stein.

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Mystery steins – Some steins just defy catagoriation eith due to their style,  material made from  or the makers have not been found.

MYSTERY MAKE PORC. ,5 LITER R XXXX

CR- MYSTERY MAKER - PORC.  .5 LITER  FLAT BASE, NOT SLANTED [1]

MYSTERY MAKER – PORC. .5 LITER FLAT BASE, NOT SLANTED [1]

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MYSTERY MAKER PORC. .5 LITER   XXX

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PORCELAIN UNKNOWN MAKER▼  ▼-

RSOS_PORCELAIN -MYSTERY FIRM  I2THINK AUSTRIAN  - 1

Body style are the same on most of these . The base colors are different;  more coming soon.

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RSOS_PORCELAIN  MYSTERY FIRM  I THINK AUSTRIAN  - 2  INV NU,BER XXXX- 5330- 0914 .

▲  and ▲  ▲. Unknown hand painted porcelain steins;  most always with a bulbous bottom and solid background. I’m thinking Austrian but that is just a  SWAG!

 

 

 

 

Dutch Daryl and his other brother Daryl = Dutch Characters.  copies of much earlier works (1600’s) made around  the Dutch – French Border .

$-sos - DUTCH - Antique Pair of Dutch Delft Sculptures - Drinking Vessels -  Sitting man on Barrel   mokum 2000  see j and j for how i listed them as being. as oin char jugs [q]

 

Sold by himself  on a differrnt seller’s page.  so these are not uniquely painted as thew ones from the 1700’s  were.

$- sos - Dutch Delft S culpture- Drinking Vessel   see j and j for what i called these   mokum 2000  HAVE IN PAIR [Q]

 

photos acting up  canyt    get right ones  12-11-14

 

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    “I used to be indecisive. Now I’m just not sure.”