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Can some please translate this makers stamp?

Article about: Hi Guys, these sharivari were my only purchase from Beltring. There are no markings on the inside but the back has this nice stamp. The overall design matches a 1947 pair I have in my collec

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    Default Can some please translate this makers stamp?

    Hi Guys, these sharivari were my only purchase from Beltring. There are no markings on the inside but the back has this nice stamp. The overall design matches a 1947 pair I have in my collection so these will be old, but not guranteed to be wartime.

    I can read the odd word, factory etc, but not all of it.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Default Re: Can some please translate this makers stamp?

    The first line: МПТШП (Министерство Товаров Широкого Потребления, Ministerstvo Tovarov Shirokogo Potrebleniia) Ministry of Consumer Products
    Second line:ГлавШвейПром (GlavShveyProm) Main garment industry
    on the tape: for edge-швейная фабрика (shveiynaia fabrika) sewing factory, in the center-Ivanovskaia
    The last line: of the city of Ivanovo

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    Thank you very much!

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ministry of Consumer Products USSR (1953 - 1954)

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    Default Re: Can some please translate this makers stamp?

    That is excellent. I figured they were 1950's in date.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Can some please translate this makers stamp?

    The first line: МПТШП СССР (Министерство Товаров Широкого Потребления СССР, Ministerstvo Tovarov Shirokogo Potrebleniia SSSR) Ministry of Consumer Products of the USSR, -- This is quite correct.


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