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Rarest of the Rare! Here is a salt shaker or pepper shaker used by the Russian Red Fleet or Russian Red Navy (RKKF). A very rare piece with the insignia topmark "RKKF" and Double Crossed Anchors with a Baranivka or Baranovka Factory Date Mark Indicating Manufacture Between 1955-1959.

The Russian Navy's and Maritime Border Guards cyrillic monogrammed initials were initially RKKF. In the late 1920's the Maritime Border Guard was then put under the Russian NKVD or Internal Security. Their Navy changed its name in the early 1930s using the monogram RKVMF, and then to VMF in 1946 after WWII to the Soviet Navy which reflected Russia's expanded peasant's and worker's revolution and it's dominion over Eastern Europe which then became known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Folks, for Russian Militaria it doesn't get any more rarer and valuable than this! An absolute must Soviet Militaria collector'sn item for the Cold War Historian or Naval Cold War Warrior who played Cat and Mouse with Russian Sub and Surface Sailors! Now that cold war US Navy veteran can have a piece of the soviet union which he helped to defeat!



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Early Russian Red Fleet or Navy Porcelain Salt Shaker or Pepper Shaker (1955s-1959)
Rarest of the Rare! Here is a salt shaker or pepper shaker used by the Russian Red Fleet or Russian Red Navy (RKKF). A very rare piece with the insignia topmark "RKKF" and Double Crossed Anchors with a Baranivka or Baranovka Factory Date Mark Indicating Manufacture Between 1955-1959.
 
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2.5"
 
$195.
 
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