A porcelain mug depicting an iron cross model 1914 and the inscription Gott mit Uns (God with us) in an oak wreath. The image of the cross on one side, and another side is white withour an image. The mug does not contain Nazi symbols!
We offer a quality copy for domestic use and, undoubtedly, a good gift for friends! The mug is a decoration of its time and can be used in reenactment, filming. It weighs approximately 300 g and holds 330 ml of liquid. The diameter is 8 cm, the height is almost 10 cm. The inscriptions are applied by hot decalcification (paint is injected into the surface at high temperature), this is not a cheap stencil. The inscriptions are fixed securely and can be washed in a dishwasher.
Gott mit Uns was the motto of the Prussian royal family (since 1701) and the German emperors (since 1871). From 1921 to 1935 this inscription was on the buckles of the Reichswehr (German armed forces), and then (until 1945) on the buckles of the Heer (German ground forces, they are not quite right called Wehrmacht by folks). Source: de.wikipedia.org.
At the bottom there is a copy of the manufacturer brand: H&G Selb. Bavaria Heinrich 1940. Franz Heinrich worked as a porcelain artist. In 1896, he built a muffle furnace in his parents' house in Selb, and since 1901 he began to produce porcelain. Then he developed his business and the Heinrich Selb factory became one of the largest porcelain producers in Germany. F. Heinrich died in 1928, but his company continued to live and brought together about 800 people in the early 1970s. In 1976, Heinrich Porzellan GmbH was incorporated into the Villeroy & Boch Association of Companies. Source: de.wikipedia.org.