Posted Fri Aug 3, 2012, 5:28pm Subject: Re: Victor coffee mugs--Yes!
I don't think they would of sold hundreds & hundreds upon thousands of these mugs to the armed services men/women from WW2 of the Navy, Armed forces, etc & Korea up to the end of production in 1987 do you??, & of course every restaurant, diner in the country that bought them?..
CSG Senior Member Joined: 8 Feb 2002 Posts: 42 Location: Idaho Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Fri Aug 3, 2012, 7:44pm Subject: Re: Victor coffee mugs--Yes!
It's funny. I've got (or will have shortly) six of these Victor mugs and four of the Homer Laughlin 300 series mugs. I'm the only person who likes these diner mugs in our household (my wife prefers a big stainless thermal mug). So can someone explain why I continue to look for even more Victor mugs??
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