“Ein heller und ein Batzen, die waren beide mein, der hellerward zu Wasser, der Batzen ward zu Wein!”
From a German folk song written in 1830, used as a drinking song and for military marches during World War II.
Heller and Batzen were both coins worth a penny each, sometimes less. The rough translation is that one coin was for water and the other for wine.
94% zinn (pewter) stamps on the bottom.
4-1/4” tall, 3” base, and 3-1/4” opening.
Each cup has a large space for engraving, perfect for farewell gifts.
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