Image 1309-13Bindenschild ('beehive') mark above a box stating 'MADE IN GERMANY' - who knows more?
Image 0705-11Rearing lion above 'MADE IN GERMANY'.
Image 0906-13Apple or orange tree over 'MADE IN EAST GERMANY'.
Image 0607-06aBird in flight above 'GERMANY'; believed to be Hermann Ohme (Niedersalzbrunn, Silesia), here however ...
Image 0607-06b... also found on an item by Rudolstadt Pottery L. Straus which normally only used their 'RW' mark on own items.
Image 0607-04aCrossed somethings above 'GERMANY' (and often 'DRESDEN'). Claimed to be Pech (Kronach, Bavaria) but this mark does not match.
Image 0906-37Crowned shield flanked by 'A' and 'R' above 'GERMANY'.
Image 1108-02'ART CERAMIC' above a central 'B' flanked by the initials 'D M', all above 'GERMANY'.
Image 1111-11aRider on an elephant above 'ASRO' ...
Image 1111-11b... which can also be found with 'GERMANY'.
Image 0906-01Crown, crossed swords and a beehive ⇒cover-up. Claims of 'redecorated JKW' are nonsense.
Image 1005-01Importer or distributor mark: 'BLENHEIM CHINA' above a dragon head in a crown and 'GERMANY'. Found in red, blue and green versions.
Image 1009-10'CAPO DI MONTE' (a perfume) sticker on a 'GERMANY'-marked bottle. Who used this one?
Image 0503-18Initials 'C.A.W.' above 'GERMANY' in a triangle.
Image 1207-13Very simple mark: 'MADE IN GERMANY' above 'FOR C.B. No.2' - who produced these items and who or what is 'C.B.'?
Image 1309-12Crowned shield with 'CCC' above 'IMPERIAL BOHEMIAN'. Country of origin changed to 'GERMANY' (hence from 1938-1939).
Image 1207-27'CELESTE' above 'MADE IN GERMANY'.
(Picture by Penny Mills)
Image 1111-12Circle around 'D & B' above 'GERMANY'. Items often claimed to be Dümler & Breiden, but they never made porcelain.
Image 0705-07Crown above capital 'D' and ⇒HANDARBEIT above 'GERMANY'. Not Keilhauer (Küps, Bavaria), as far as I know.
Image 0504-02'DORIA' over 'W. GERMANY'.
Image 0512-08'F' in a stylized coffee pot over 'MADE IN GERMANY'.
Image 0705-08'FRANKEN-KUNST' above 'GERMANY' (Franken is the northern part of Bavaria).
Image 1207-24Something that looks like an interlocking 'FW' above crossed swords of sorts, all above 'GERMANY' and a ⇒GES. GESCH. addition.
Image 0906-49Crowned 'G S C' above 'DRESDEN', with single 'GERMANY' addition on the left hand side.
Image 1009-13aSimple 'G' above a symbol of sorts (open scissors?) and a 'V'. Obviously not Unger, Schneider & Co. (Gräfenthal, Thuringia).
Image 1009-13bAnother example of the previous mark which allows to easily recognize the 'V'.
Image 0512-06Simply a capital 'H' in a circle above 'MADE IN GERMANY'.
Image 1104-12Crown above shield with a single capital 'H' above 'GERMANY'.
Image 0705-02Crown above a shield and 'HANDPAINTED' above 'GERMANY'.
Image 1005-15aCrown above superposed 'H L', here in blue.
Image 1005-15bSame as before but in black and applied like a ⇒cover-up. Claimed to be a mark of decoration studio owner Heinz Leitner but I am still in doubt.
Image 1009-05'ORIGINAL HERMANN' above 'F.R.G.' (Federal Republic of Germany a.k.a. West Germany).
Image 0906-08A so-called 'beehive' mark above 'JMPERIAL GERMANY' (see ⇒consonants and vowels).
Image 1207-23Crowned capital 'K' above 'GERMANY'.
Image 0503-29bSimple 'K&L' in a circle above 'GERMANY'. Same can also be found above 'BAVARIA'.
Image 0906-31Eagle with scepter and orb, also single stylized 'k' or interlocking 'lR' (bottom left), often claimed to be Leube (Reichmannsdorf, Thuringia).
Image 0906-41b'KRÜGER' and 'ECHT COBALT' above 'MADE IN GERMANY'. Sometimes found without 'GERMANY' additon.
Image 0707-06Simple 'L & R' above 'GERMANY' in a circle.
Image 1009-16aCrowned 'L R' constantly claimed to be Leube (Reichmannsdorf, Thuringia). But according to the reference books I own ...
Image 1009-16b... this mark is *not* Leube. Can anybody offer *proof* or at least quote a source?
Image 1207-03Obviously 'MARMOT-CHINA', but which German manufacturer produced these items?
Image 1309-09Crowned 'N Co.' surrounded by 'MADE IN WESTERN GERMANY', all above 'DRESDEN'.
Image 0906-04aEncircled initials 'O G' above 'GERMANY', here in green. Perhaps Otto Grunert (Eisenberg, Thuringia)?
Image 0906-04bEncircled initials 'O G' above 'GERMANY', here in red.
Image 1009-08aCrowned 'P.-M.B.' above 'DEC. DRESDEN'. The 'P.-M.' could have stood for 'Porzellan-Manufaktur'.
Image 1009-08b'P.V.B.' above 'HAUS DRESDEN' and 'GERMANY'. The 'P.V.' could have stood for 'Porzellan-Vertrieb' or 'Porzellan-Veredelung'.
Image 0906-48Initials 'P M R' above 'THURINGIA', 'DRESDEN' and 'GERMANY'.
Image 1309-10'HANDMALEREI' above a crowned 'R' and 'GERMANY'.
(Picture by Joan B.)
Image 1207-14'ROG MAR' makes no sense, 'K.G.' could be the business form. 'PVB' and 'MARKTREDWITZ, GERMANY' is simple enough. Still, no leads.
Image 1111-15ROYAL BLUE' above 'GERMANY', 'MEDALLION' appears to be the series name. Found on a series of (repro?) toothpic holders.
Image 1005-21Interlocking initials 'P V' together with a 'MADE IN WESTERN GERMANY' sticker - whodunnit?
(Picture by Sue Groff)
Image 1005-11'GERMANY' above 'ROMAN V,' (note the comma behind the 'V').
Image 1207-09⇒Cover-up mark consisting of a shield with the initials 'S B' placed above 'SCHMID' and 'GERMANY'.
Image 1207-22Crowned initials 'S E' above 'GERMANY'.
Image 0705-16a'T.B.I. Co.', surrounded by a wreath with floral center over additionally stamped 'MADE IN GERMANY'.
Image 0705-16b'T.B.I. Co.', this time with bow in the center of the wreath and only accompanied by 'GERMANY'.
Image 0503-10'THREE CROWN CHINA' mark applied by Unger & Schilde for U.S. distributor Jon H. Roth. Who knows more?
Image 0607-05b'TRETTAU' above 'MADE IN GERMANY', can also be found with 'BAVARIA' or both. Not to be confused with 'TETTAU'.
Image 0503-28b'GERMANY' above capital 'W', also found stating 'BAVARIA' instead.
(Picture by Brian M. Jensen)
Image 1009-18Crossed 'swords' joined by a 'W' above 'GERMANY'. Similar to a 180 degrees turned Mitterteich mark, perhaps G. Wolf (Küps, Bavaria)?
Image 1009-17aStylized 'W' above 'C-I-O'. The item was obviously ...
Image 1009-17b... produced betweeen 1946 and 1949. But who used this mark?
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