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Porzellanfabrik May & Lindner was in 1889 taken over by Heinrich Graeser. In 1892 Fritz Pfeffer bought it in turn from Graeser. 

Pfeffer Porzellan und Fayencefabrik (Pfeffer Porcelain and Faience Factory) was producing dolls and dolls' heads. In 1900 it started to produce animal figurines. 

Fritz Pfeffer died in 1922 and was replaced by his son, Max. The business went bankrupt in 1934. The factory was reestablished by Max's wife, Ilse. The business was finally closed in 1942.

Pfeffer mark
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Pfeffer Porzellan Gotha 1934 - 1942 mark

Pfeffer mark
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Pfeffer Porzellan 1934 - 1942 mark

FPG mark
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Fritz Pfeffer Gotha FPG 1900 - 1934 mark

FPG mark
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FPG Fritz Pfeffer Gotha 1900 - 1934 mark

FPG impressed mark
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FPG Fritz Pfeffer Gotha impressed 1900 - 1934 mark

PG mark
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PG Ilse Pfeffer Gotha 1934 - 1942 mark

Combination mark
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Combination of a stamp and a impressed FPG 1900 - 1934 mark

 
 
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