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USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Wartime "Rostov Emalposuda"

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    Thank you guys!
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    I only now on my other laptop see there's a logo in green. It was not visible on my other screen. Nice to see there's a mark underneath.

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    My latest addition, a Red Vyborzhets marked cup found in Latvia. It is still in rather good condition for a grounddug cup:

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    And finally another Voroshilovgradskij zavod imeni Artema mug in rather rusty condition.

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    Another new addition, and I am very pleased with this one even though the condition is not the best, a wartime Voroshilovgrad plant bowl. The makersmark can be seen faintly.

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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    Great, Marcel!

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    Two more wartime additions, a Lysva plant mug and a Krasniy Viborzhets mug. Collection is growing steadily

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    I really appreciate all of the contributions so far. Amongst some other related finds, I've picked up a couple of "Kruzhki" lately &, thanks to this thread, I understand that (despite the corrosion in the area of the stamping) I have a post-War KMK mug:

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

    The manufacturer of this LM3 was more apparent, but I now also understand that, even in white, it could well 'belong' to the abandoned military site where I found it; rather than being later 'trash':
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

    I haven't picked up any of the other, larger types of enamelware, as they've not been in good enough condition, but I've seen plenty in the places I've been exploring!
    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

    USSR soldier tea mugs - "Kruzhka"

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