Price: 13.50 euro each.
Tea glass holder with “Mother Russia” reaching out to a satellite. In the background is the Kremlin. The holders are silver plated and the silver has darkened over the years, so holders are in an unpolished condition but can be rubbed and polished to a high gloss.
Price: 7.50 euro
Tea glas holder is made of aluminium. With the inscription:”Volgograd”.
During the Russian Civil War, Stalin played a leading role in the fighting around this city. That is why the city was named after him in 1925.
Stalingrad became world famous for the decisive big battle for Stalingrad that was fought there during the Second World War.
Stalingrad became Wolgograd in 1961 during the period of liberalization and destalinization under Khrushchev. This name change met with much opposition from the Russian people, who considered the name Stalingrad from the Great Patriotic War more important than all the bad associations with the person of Stalin.
Price: 22.50 euro a piece.
CCCP soup plates 1967. Porcelain plates stamped on the back. Hard to find, orange/red border with golden hammer and sickle and two golden borders.
Price: 20.00 euro
Plate from the DDR from the Civil Defence Force. On the top the plate says:”Protect And Help”. In the middle it says:”Civil Defence”. On the bottom it says:”Presented By The Civil Defence Staff.”.
Price: 71.50 euro
Beautiful vase from the Soviet Unie showing the Kremlin. The vase is made of porcelain and richly painted. In very good condition.
Price: 71.50 euro
Beautiful vase from the Soviet Unie showing Lenin. The vase is made of porcelain and richly painted. In very good condition.
Price: 55.00 euro
Beautiful vase from the former CCCP. White porcelain made with orange Hammer and Sickle and a warrior on a horse possibly a Bolshevik warrior. This vase is in excellent condition.