The occupation of being a grandmother. Check out the old stoneware water / wine jug with a rope handle to the left.
“Occupational” reproduction beer steins are done in the same style as the “reproduction -regimentals.”
These, should you wish to own them, will be hard to find. Not too expensive, just hard to find.
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One made to celebrate being with the German postal service.
A Fireman’s Occupational repro. Unknown maker, probably Karl Rau.
A boot maker – with an oldeer “Prism” lid re-attached. Again unknown maker but probably Karl Rau.
A farmer’s reproduction with another older lid re-attached. Made by Rau.
A tailor’s reproduction with yet another older lid with a glass “jewel” on top attached, which is much too big. A waste of a good lid! Body made by Rau.
For more mis-information on this subject please see this You-Tube video where unfortunately the author = in New York City, believes the Baker’s Occupational shown (not above) to be an authentic one . There are a bunch of other occupational reproductions shown by them on other videos listed to the right of the screen. Their prices being asked reflect that they think these are real.
RAILROAD WORKER – A brand new version. Unknown maker, but probably Rastal
Coal miner’s occupational stein. .5 liter, porcelain, 1977, made by Rastal. 9.5 inches. (SC )
Another 1/2 liter porcelain stein by Rastal. “A beer barrel wagon driver.” Unknown date of issue but new = 1970’s probably.
Logger occupational. Made by Rastal. Issued 1976. .5 liter porcelain.
Again a .5 liter porcelain. Designed for a woodworker / carpenter. By Rastal. Unknown date.
For a Beer brewer. Rastal again.
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Occupational beer stein for a tailor) Ca. 1990 [SC]
Shepherd’s stein – no photo – The following ad was seen on a web site which will not allow copying of photos: Offered is a beer stein by the Rastal Sahm Company from Germany. They are known world wide for their porcelain steins. This one was made in 1977 and shows a sheppard [sic] with his flock and dog. It is about 9 1/2 inches tall .
A superb copy of an older stoneware PUG occupational stein for a Bavarian Postman. Ca. 2010. It even comes with a “Certificate of Authenticity. (Whoopie shit!)
Detail. The stein comes with a lead seal indicating the limited edition number of that one stein.
A most recent example, made for a Prussian Postal worker. At least they didn’t darken the lid with chemicals.
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