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[1] Porzellan- und Feinsteingutfabrik Max Roesler AG, Werk Darmstadt (1923 until 1931)

This subsidiary was founded during a spree of economic upturn by the mother company of Porzellan- und Feinsteingutfabrik Max Roesler AG from the town of Rodach in Bavaria. Production started in 1924 after extensive conversion of the facility, formerly the Großherzogliche Keramische Manufaktur GmbH which had been acquired in 1923. At the same time the mother company also took over the woodworking plant Holzwarenfabrik Ludwig Eckhardt in Hildburghausen to increase furniture (!) production.

But the economic upturn did not last long, and during 1926 all parts of the business were running badly again. Even the small recovery during 1927 and 1928 did not help to strenghten the company against what was still to come. In 1929 the subsidiary, as well as its mother company, were of course negatively affected by the worldwide economic crisis and in 1931 the factory in Darmstadt had to be closed again.



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Used between 1924 and 1930, a modified version of the "RMR" mark showing "RMD" above the shield with "Darmstadt" underneath.


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Used between 1924 and 1930, an example of the beforementioned mark type.


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Used between 1930 and 1931, registered at the RWZR under №·416·590 on March 31st 1930.
(Picture by Ann Walker).


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Another picture of the previous mark, "Max Roesler" above shield and "Darmstadt" underneath.
(Picture by Elke Träger).


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Draft of a planned mark revision: missing the "Max", "Darmstadt" in a straight line.


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Used around 1931, missing the "Max" but showing an additionally stamped "Germany".

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