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    • Deb Phillips

      China used to serve third class passengers on Titanic.

    • Cathy McSherry

      This is a 3rd class mug. I can clearly imagine Edwardian workers in a china factory stamping this logo on thousands of dishes. One interesting feature of the 3rd class mug that you can’t see in this photo is it has no handle! It was a simple white tea cup.

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