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Trumpeter of Sackingen Beer Stein

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Features a scene from the German poem The Trumpeter of Sackingen (Der Trompeter von Sackingen), written in 1885 by J. Viktor von Scheffel. The poem tells a star-crossed love story between a lowly trumpeter and the baron's daughter. The panel on this stein depicts the trumpeter stopping at the bank of the Rhine River after being rejected by the baron in his quest for marriage. He looks back up to the castle, where his love resides and mournfully plays a farewell song.
Text on the sides reads "Behut dich Gott es war so schon gewesen" which translates as: "May God watch over you - it could have been so beautiful".
This beer stein has a four-color combination: cobalt blue, ivory, emerald green and brown and was made with molds that were originally produced in 1894.

Made in Germany by Thewalt

Height: approx. 12.5"

Volume: 1 Liter


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