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Late 1880's to early 1900's - US Navy Standard Issue Enlisted Mess Tabbed Cup or Bowl Large Aluminum or Tin Tabbed Cup or Bowl with monogram "USN" and the numeral "2" Stamped Onto the Bottom - RARE, Only One Found in Over 10 Years of Collecting! Part of Matching Set with Mess Plate. Spanish American War, Great White Fleet and WWI era.


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 White Porcelain on Metal Graniteware US Navy Enlisted Mess Plate us navy enamelware enlisted cup and plate ca 1898-1910

 White Porcelain on Metal Graniteware US Navy Enlisted Mess Plate us navy enamelware enlisted cup and plate ca 1898-1910

 White Porcelain on Metal Graniteware US Navy Enlisted Mess Plate us navy enamelware enlisted cup and plate ca 1898-1910

Above two photos show the corresponding Aluminum or Tin Mess Plate used along with the tabbed cup or bowl.


 White Porcelain on Metal Graniteware US Navy Enlisted Mess Plate us navy enamelware enlisted cup and plate ca 1898-1910

 US Navy Standard Enlisted Cup or Bowl 1880's to early 1900's
Large Aluminum or Tin Tabbed Cup or Bowl with monogram "USN" and the numeral "2" Stamped Onto the Bottom - RARE, Only One Found in Over 10 Years of Collecting! Part of Matching Set with Mess Plate. Spanish American War, Great White Fleet and WWI era
 Navy Enlisted Mess Deck Span Am War, Great White Fleet Era Aluminum or Tin Mess Cup, Stamped USN on the Bottom
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 This is the matching cup or bowl used with the aluminum or tin plate. Standard Enlisted Dining Plate used for all Meals from the 1880's-1890s, SpanAm War, Great White Fleet and very early WWI era's. Bottom is backstamped "USN" along with the numeral "2"  Not For Sale  Presented for Historical Purposes Only


Below are links to other Antique Nautical and Naval Artifacts which you may be interested in.

Click HERE for US Navy "Fouled Anchor China" made for the Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1940-1960 - Affordable For Everyday Use!

Click HERE for US Navy Silverplated Silverware in the Kings Design with "Fouled Anchor" made for the Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1905-1960 - Matching silverware to the navy anchor china!

Click HERE to Review how this and other of our Pirate Chests, Treasure Chests, and Antique Chests were Restored, our Antique Restoration Process, and How To Restore Antique Nautical Furniture!

 
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Why just get a shadow box or a newly made trunk with no history! One of our 100+ Year Old Nautical Antique Trunks can be used for both a Shadow Box and Storage Chest for your Uniforms, Photograph Albums, and Memorabilia!


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Stafford, Virginia 22554
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