German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein
German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein

German E. Bohne Pewter Mounted Porcelain Munich Child Character Stein

Ref: T-31-0012
Attributed to E. Bohne and Sohne (Rudolstadt, Thuringia, 1848-1930)

This antique, collectible character or figural stein of the Munich Child (Munchner Kindl) was the symbol of the city of Munich for about 800 years. The smiling child wears a hooded, long monk's robe and holds a beer stein in one hand and radishes and a blue book in the other. No maker's mark. 

c. 1900
W 4 D 6 H 8 in.
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