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    MDA spoon

    By far the rarest and coolest item I've ever found.Click image for larger version. 

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    What's the story on it?
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    I found it in a silverware tray at a thrift store in Nebraska for a quarter. Its S S officers . The only other one like that is in the Winchester museum.
    Value no idea but up there. I have a few other pieces as well.

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    Wow, that's quite the find for a thrift store cutlery tray! I've found a WWII US Army Medical Corps dish in a thrift store once but those are really common because they were sold en masse as surplus.
    What makes you think it was used by an SS officer? From what I can find online about that mark it was used by a branch of the government concerned with increasing factory output http://www.porcelainmarksandmore.com...ary/mdasda.php

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    That's what the museum said, your article is very interesting. Thanks



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