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Pewter altar candlesticks. dated 1797

Large pewter altar chandelier. In the base engraving “Christian Klaucke as Kister (Küster) Martin Bernat, George Bahlo, dated 1797

Heavy tin tankard dated 1650

Heavy tin tankard of a united guild, dated 1650. On the front side in floral cartouche, names of the guild members

Pewter plate, dated 1757

Rare, four baroque pewter plates, dated 1757. Date and owner's initials "T P" on the flag. Rose stamp with the

Wide edge plate dat. 1705

Large baroque broad-margined plate, dated 1705. On the "flag" in the wreath owner initials "I F", the guild sign

Tin hump plate Nuremberg, dat. 1712

Very large baroque tin humpback plate, Nuremberg, dated 1712! Abraham Mager becomes master in Nuremberg

Regensburg tinplate, around 1770

On the flag the guild sign of the bakers and in the mirror ownerinitial "E F K" and later dating from 1809

Tin Rörken

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Tin can

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Pewter bowl

Tin-Suppenterrine, Nuremberg, circa 1795. In the soil the mark of the tin founder "Johann Georg Grosshauser"

Baroque pewter pot around 1650

Slender pot with beak-shaped spout, open-worked thumbrest as well as disc bobbin on the lid, S-shaped

Supper kettle / pot snout

Pear-shaped corpus with a protruding pedestal, engraved with initials M. K. and dating 1706, tin mark

Ring flask Switzerland

Bellows-shaped cartridge with initials HOP A and dating in 1796. Internal linen patches and floor rosette

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Wedding pitcher dating 1672

Very nice early baroque wedding jug. Finely engraved on the face of the fair, a wedding parade

Nuremberg spice box to 1760/70

Extremely rare spice Nuremberg box with eight containers from the period around 1760/70. Johann Jacob Marx is 1752 champion in Nuremberg

Tin Will Come, dating 1768

Baroque tin Will Come, on the wall engravings of master name and dating in 1768, beautiful detailed sculpted lid figure

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