Vintage 1960s RARE 7" Pewter Lidded German T.S. Hamburg Ship Stein Beer Mug - Hand-painted - 1969
* Features branch-style handle (numbered under handle) & lid. European Germany Barware
* Approximate Measurements: 7" tall with lid x 2-1/2" base (4-1/2" from handle through middle of stein)
* 12 ounces to the rim.
* Approximate Weight: 1 lb.
* The T.S. HAMBURG was actually the largest and most modern German cruise ship (5-year career). She was built in 1969 by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Hamburg, West Germany for the German Atlantic Line. Although never used as such, the ship was originally planned as a dual ocean liner/cruise ship, for service between Hamburg and New York City as well as cruising. The ship was the first major passenger liner built in Germany since 1938. On entering service for the Black Sea Shipping Company, the ship became the first four-star cruise ship operated under the Soviet flag.
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