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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 6



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Dresden
26 Later Wolfsohn mark. "Crown Dresden". From about 1880.
27 Samson of Paris. Arch-imitator of Meissen and other great factories.
28 Muller at Coburg.
29, 29a, 30 Late marks of small factories, 29 impressed. 29a in blue.
31 Sitzendorf.
32 Coburg.
33 Meyers & Sohn.
34 Late mark of small manufactory.
35 Carl Thieme at Potschappel. Late 19th century.
36 Hirsch.
37 Meissen. The single nick cut across the mark was used on pieces sold undecorated out of the factory.
38-40 Meissen. Defective porcelain. As many as three or four nicks are sometimes found.

Eisenach (41)
Factory founded in 1858.
41 A. Saeltzer.

Eisenberger (42)
42

Elbogen (43, 44)
Established 1815. Porcelain.
43, 44 Early marks. Impressed.
45 Late mark. Springer & Co.

Fischern (46,47)
Established 1848. Porcelain.
46, 47

Florsheim (48-50)
Fayence around 1800.
48, 49 Christoph Mackenhauer.
50 After 1880.

Frankenthal (51, 52) (1-5)
Established 1755 by Paul Hannong. Closed 1800.
51 Paul Hannong. 1755-59. Usually with initials P.H.. or initials without lion. Also, Joseph Anton Hannong, 1759 -1762, with his monogram.
52 Administration of Elector Carl Theodore, 1762-1795



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