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Article about: Hello This is a german mess plate, that came my way, a few years ago. It' s from a soltatenheim in Norway. I have been told, that Bogenbukt was one of the places, that the Tirpitz was moored

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    Hello

    This is a german mess plate, that came my way, a few years ago. It' s from a soltatenheim in Norway. I have been told, that Bogenbukt was one of the places, that the Tirpitz was moored.

    All the best
    Stig Erik

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    Nice plate.

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    looks great

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    I like china wear as well!
    Great plate!
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    Thank you very much.

    All the best
    Stig Erik

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    Very nice plate but are You sure it is not pre WWII Norwegian army plate?

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    Yes, this is a german plate, manufactured at the Porsgrunn factory. The Porsgrunn factory made a lot of porclain dinner ware, for the germans, during wwII. The inscription Soldatenheim, is in german. In norwegian it would be Soldathjem. The decoration of the plate, is just the same, as other Soldatenheim dinnerware, that I have seen. I have seen identical dinnerware, with the inscription Kiestinski (Finland).

    All the best
    Stig Erik

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