Gambrinus King of Beer Stein Thewalt Germany Lion w COA

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  • Item Category: Alcohol & Smoking
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  • Sold Date: Jul 20,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Gambrinus King of Beer Stein Thewalt Germany Lion w COA

Gambrinus, the King of Beer Stein

This is a limited edition stoneware stein handcrafted by Thewalt of Germany. It depicts Gambrinus, the legendary king of Flanders credited with the discovery of brewing beer. Beer kegs form the handle and thumbgrip. On the lid is pewter lion figure.

Limited to 10,000 pieces. Made in W Germany.

11" tall.

It is in great condition and comes with its certificate of authenticity which tells the story of Gambrinus.

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