These mugs are often manufactured and sold as memorabilia. For example, a mug may reveal a picture of the town or monument where it was sold. They are sometimes given away to promote organisations. Customers can also have their own photographs printed on the mugs.
- "Paris Opera Rises on Bunker Hill Setting the stage for opening of `The Phantom'", Janice Arkatov, LA Times, 30 April 1989
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