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Russian Empire period. End of the 19 - early of 20th centuries. Manufacturer Handelsman (Warschava, Poland) Silver-plated Bronze.

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€150.00

Russian Empire. Period end of 19 - early 20th centuries. Manufacturer Handelsman firm in Warshawa,Poland. Silvered bronze. Good condition.

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€100.00

Made in USSR, in the period of 1960th. German Silver.

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€25.00

Made in USSR. Material - german silver. Good condition.

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€50.00

Made in USSR.Period od 1960th. Material - german silver. Good condition.

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€25.00

Made in USSR. material - german silver that actually not silver but alloy of a zink and nicckel. Good condition.

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€45.00

Famous russian "Troika". Soviet period.So called german silver (alloy). good condition

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€30.00

Made in USSR in the period of 1950th.Material - so called german silver (alloy). Good condition.

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€70.00

Vintage soviet glass-holder dedicated to a Olympiad 1980 in Moscow. Material - so called german silver (alloy). god condition.

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€50.00

Glass- holder "Drink for the health" - traditional russian toast - "Na zdorovje". Period of Russian Empire. Period of the end 19 century. Made by BUCH firm, in Poland, Warshava. Good condition. Material - gold-plated alpaca.

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€130.00

Famous russian "Troika". Russian Empire period. End of the 19 - early of 20th centuries in Wrschava (Poland). Bronza with the traces of gold-plated cover. good condition.

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€130.00

Silver-plated bronze. Made in USSR. Period of 1960th. Good conditin.

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€25.00

Made in USSR in the period 1960- 1970th on the Kolchugin factory Good condition.

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€50.00


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