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USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Sorry, I have studied this little, so I have nothing to say.
    But the triangular sign is apparently "pre-war / military", here is an example of a mug dug up on the battlefield.

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Postwar Soviet Catalogue:

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    That still helps a bit since I've seen the logo also without triangular and these mugs and plates had a more 'modern' feel to it.

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    Hello, apperntly Tav made kruzkhas and aluminum dishes for the red army, not all Tav wartime products used the triangle logo. They worked similarly to the wulkan factory in Poland, they made also dishes, but for the imperial russian army. Raul

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    The wonderful things we collect! Who would have thought that an entire study could be made of Soviet mugs and kitchenware?

    Regards


    Martin

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    Hello, I only have a prewar kettle, but this thread is great. Raul

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    I have now 6 wartime kruzhkas and 1 wartime kettle. This thread and the info provided by dimmuborgir95 is excellent and has helped me a lot. From the Tartu factory I still yet need to learn to identify the wartime and postwar logos and variations of cups.

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    Is this one considered to be a pre-war/wartime kruzhka or is it a postwar makers logo? Couldn't get any further myself with my search unfortunately.

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Unfortunately, I also have nothing to say, I did not find anything about this mug.

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    Thanks a lot for trying anyway. Much appreciated!!

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