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USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Thanks, Arthur!
    Hopefully, this will be a little bit helpful

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    still a very interesting thread .......... thank you !!! Too much work right now and I do not have enough time to participate

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    Thanks, Philippe!

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    Excellent thread!

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    kiitos paljon

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    Dom is offline


    Another great information Michael

    за ваше здоровье!

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    Great thread! I'm sure this will be of use to many, myself included.

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    Dom, merci beaucoup!
    Aleksander P,kiitos paljon!

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    Another great thread, thank you, I have posted photos of my 3 examples to add to it, which thanks to your informative post I now know to be post war made, even though they were sold to me as wartime, at least I won't make that mistake again, regards Andrew.

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    Thanks, Andrew!
    Yes, unfortunately postwar.
    Very often the "sellers" do not know exactly, wartime or postwar mugs they sell.
    In Russia, such mugs are also often sold as "mugs during the war".

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