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    FOUND GLASS WITH EMBOSSED BEER LOGO ,NOT SURE ,WHAT IS IT..

    FOUND WHILE CLEANING OUT VERY OLD BASEMENT ,GERMAN BEER I THINK NOT SURE ,MUST BE EARLY TIME BEER MAYBE CAN ANY BODY HELP TELLING WHAT IT MIGHT BE SYMBOL AND USED FOR AND VALUE..THANKS TO ALL.Click image for larger version. 

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    Been metaldetecting for lots of yrs now ......

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    Looks like a cruet, but I couldn't tell you about the logo.

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    What does the bottom look like?
    Never seen any coontainer for beer looking like that...

    The mark looks like the Royal Crest/ Coat of arms of the kingdom of Bayern (Bavaria) in Germany but hte lions face the wrong way and the crown is all wrong...
    IS there text below the coat of arms that is worn down or am I seeing things...

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    Looks somewhat like the current Lowenbrau logo (means the Lions Den) - the brewery has been around for 600 years, located in Munich Germany, maybe its one of their early bottles? Try e-mailing them the picture, they possibly may be able to date it for you, if it is one of their early bottles, nice find and save.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedyoh View Post
    Looks somewhat like the current Lowenbrau logo (means the Lions Den) - the brewery has been around for 600 years, located in Munich Germany, maybe its one of their early bottles? Try e-mailing them the picture, they possibly may be able to date it for you, if it is one of their early bottles, nice find and save.

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    Lowenbrau means "Lion's Brew" not lion's den. That is not a Lowenbrau beer bottle. Lowenbrau was also owned By Miller for some time and made here in America, then sold to a Canadian company and made there, back to being made only in Munich now.
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    Thanks Gun (yes brew not den) I just like any beer so wishful thinking on my part I guess

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    Very cool bottle. While I cannot say who's coat of arms it is, I can tell you a bit about the coat of arms itself. The impression is not sharp, so this is my best guess.

    The shield is Paly-bendy or "fusilly in bend sinister,"
    The supports could be lions, but I think they are wolves rampant.
    On top of the shield it looks like a crown, more so then a coronet. The crown looks like it has three fleurs-de-lis.
    I am having the unique opportunity to go through some 800 lbs. of un-explored “fill/refuse” taken from the ‘Great Chicago Fire, of 1871’ that had laid untouched in wooden barrels for over 100 years. Finds so far: Silver crucifix, coins, thin copper candy molds, nails, fasteners, pewter ink well.

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    Here's a couple for sale:
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1848144...ith?ref=market

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1761591...-decanter-with

    Does yours have the same markings on the bottom?...
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    Thanks to all for solving,Ya'll are the best web site of people..

    Quote Originally Posted by nhbenz View Post
    Here's a couple for sale:
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1848144...ith?ref=market

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1761591...-decanter-with

    Does yours have the same markings on the bottom?...
    Yes, Thanks so much..
    Been metaldetecting for lots of yrs now ......

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    nice bottle,martha has some info on how its made
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