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This Well Preserved Soviet Navy Dinner Plate is 9.25" wide with All Lettering and Striping in a Gold Gilt. Another rare piece of Russian Navy or Soviet Navy Cold War Military History. Senior Naval Officer Dinner Plate #1



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The rarity and uniqueness of Soviet or Russian Navy Dinnerware and Tableware as marked cannot be overly stressed. The very nature of the post revolution Russian Navy and ex-Soviet Union's politcal and social structure was that everyone was considered to be of equal stature, including officer's and enlisted. However, reality has shown that even in the Soviet Union Peoples and Peasants Republic the Senior Officer's received special treatment, such as fine porcelain dinnerware!

This Russian naval dinnerplate plate and similar Russian navy dinnerware is a must for any serious WWII or Cold War Collector of Naval Militaria! Click Here For More Information on The Russian Navy and Soviet Red Fleet names and acronyms from Wikipeadia

 
Post WWII Cold War Red Fleet 1950's to 1980's Soviet Navy Senior Officers Wardroom Mess Dinner Plate - #1
Beautiful and well preserved! Has the traditional post-WWII cyrillic initals VMF (Sovyetsky Voyenno-Morskoy Flot USSR) with Russian Anchor but this topmark insignia and rings are all done in gold gilt. Production appears to be in the 1960's to 1970's.
 
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9.25"
 
$195. each
 
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