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Conrad Walter established a porcelain factory in a town of Stanowitz in 1873. In 1898 the Striegauer Porzellanfabrik C. Walter & Co was transformed into a stock company. Conrad Walter retired after transforming the business. In 1913 electrification of the factory was finished.

In 1920s the developing company started a porcelain decoration workshop in Dresden but in 1927 the factory burned down. It was rebuilt but the financial problems caused by Great Depression finally resulted in closing down the factory in 1933.

Dresdner mark
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Striegau Silesia Dresdner Handmalerei mark used till 1924

Striegau mark
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1924 - 1933 Striegau porcelain mark

Red Striegau mark
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Red Striegau Silesia 1912 - 1924 mark

Golden Striegau mark
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Golden Striegau 1924 - 1933 mark

St.P.M mark
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St.P.M. Striegauer Porzellanmanufaktur 1910 - 1920 mark

Blue Striegau mark
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Blue Striegau 1924 - 1933 mark

Green Silesia mark
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Green Striegau Silesia 1912 - 1924 mark

Red Striegau mark
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Red Striegau 1924 - 1933 mark

St.P.M mark
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Striegauer Porzellanmanufaktur St.P.M 1873 - 1898 mark

Ilse mark
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St.P.M Germany 1920 - 1933 mark (here additionally Ilse series)

Eagle mark
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Green St.P.M. eagle 1920 - 1933 mark

 
 
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