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The Erdmann schlegelmilch Porcelain Factory was established in Suhl, Thuringia, Germany by Leonard Schlegelmilch and his two brothers. The factory was founded in 1861 and named by brothers in honor of their father, Erdmann.

Leonard died in 1899. The business was overtaken by his son Julius Martin. It gradually grew till the beggining of the WWI. The factory continued production till the Great Depression. There were some efforts to return to the market but finally in 1937 the factory was closed.

Schlegelmilch 1861 mark
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Schlegelmilch 1861 Suhl mark used 1900 - 1918.

Prov Saxe mark
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PROV. SAXE. E.S. mark used since 1920.

Bee hive mark
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Erdmann Schlegelmilch bee hive with a dot mark used from 1891.

1861 mark
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Erdmann Schlegelmilch E.S. 1861 crown used from 1891.

E.S. Germany mark
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Prov. Saxe. E.S. Germany mark used from 1902.

Prussian China mark
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Prussian China Suhl Germany mark used ca. 1900.

Suhl Prussia mark
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Erdmann Schlegelmilch Suhl Prussia 1900 - 1918 mark.

ES Prussia mark
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ES Prussia 1900 - 1918 mark.

Royal Saxe mark
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Royal Saxe E.S. Germany crown mark used from 1891.

ES mark
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ES letters in a circle 1861 - 1891 mark.

Bird mark
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Crown bird Prussia mark used in the end of 1930s. 

Thuringia mark
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Erdmann Schlegelmilch Thuringia Handpainted 1900 - 1918 mark

E.S. Germany mark
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1861 E.S. Germany mark used from 1891.

Burley Tyrrell mark
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Erdmann Schlegelmilch mark for Burley Tyrrell Chicago. Exact date unknown.

Swallow mark
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ES swallow mark used 1886 - 1910.

The Gloria mark
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JBLC The Gloria Germany distributor mark.

 
 
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