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Rummer

Early 19th century
Artist/maker unknown, English
The Royal Union was a stagecoach company that operated between Edinburgh and Aberdeen, Scotland, from about 1795 to about 1850. The term rummer, which refers to short-stemmed glasses such as this one, probably derives from Roemer, the German word for a wineglass intended to hold Rhenish wine (wine produced in the Rhine Valley)....

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