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Reich crockery

Discussion in 'Other Militaria' started by Adam_, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Adam_

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    Hi there, can anyone help me shed some light on these makers marks?

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    Those are two German china plates (porcelaine ) for the regular Heer (wehrmacht etc..) . One is made by Rhenania which had companies in Rhineland (Duisburg, Bonn). The other one is made by HEINRICH SELB ANMUT who was based in Bavaria.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Am I right in thinking there were many porcelain plate makers that produced plates etc for the army/navy/airforce? It seems impossible to find any details of makers that produced porcelain for the regime during the war years. I also have two large platter type dishes with what I believe are luftwaffe markings?

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    To bad it is in french. I'd buy an English language copy.
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