What have we here? #4

From Steve on Steins visitor Marcia:

“Subject: copper pass cup

Message Body: I inherited a copper pass cup with some almost indecipherable signatures (one appears to be “Adams”) and marks including what looks like a lantern. It has a tin lined bottom. It is solid copper- very heavy with soldered not riveted handles and I . . . → Read More: What have we here? #4

What have we here? #3

From Steve On Steins visitor Bruce:

“Subject: Drinking horns

Message Body: Dear Sir

I have a drinking horn in the same shape and about the size of the one you have a in the picture the stag is replaced by a fish and the date on the stand is 1889 I believe is from either . . . → Read More: What have we here? #3

What have we here? #2

From Steve On Steins visitor Marie…

“Subject: Stein inherited

Message Body: Hi! Love your site and knowledge.

I have a clear glass stein with pewter lid that appears to be hand etched due to small differences in symmetry. It has no marks at all but seems to have an ornate “K” with perhaps a “J” . . . → Read More: What have we here? #2

What have we here? #1

From Steve On Steins visitor Patty…

“Subject: Great grandfathers pewter baby “mug”

Message Body: My mom has a very pretty pewter baby mug from at least my great grandfather ( born circa 1888). It has his initials engraved, what appears to be a stamped design of a bowl with plants and flowers. There is a . . . → Read More: What have we here? #1