The bottom is incised and stamped with the Crown Mark logo, TMK-1, used by Goebel between 1934 and 1950. It also has the incised pattern KL 852 and stamped Germany. Goebel is best known for Hummel figurines.
The bottle is in very good condition. The bottom has no chips or cracks and almost no signs of wear. The head (the stopper) has some darkening around the neck and a small chip right on the rim. The cork is missing (I added a new wine cork just to keep the head from falling off, but it doesn't really fit). There are also a few light lines of crackling on the head, but no other chips or cracks.
Size: 8 3/4 inches tall (22.2 cm)
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