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Soviet army 0.3l enamel cup

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12,90 EUR
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Original 0.3l enamel cup of the Soviet Army, as used by soldiers of the Soviet armed forces.

The cups are completely unused but dusty due to the long storage time.

There are even the original paper labels inside. Perfect for collectors or for outdoor activities. These mugs are absolutely indestructible.

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