The underside of the bowl bears the Kreigsmarine eagle and letter ‘M’. It was made by Bauscher of Widen.
The submarines name is declared as
“Underseeboot Bremerhaven and U702”
~ U-702 ~
German submarine U-702 was a Type VIIC U-boat built for the Nazi Germany’s Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She was under the command of Kapitänleutnant Wolf-Rüdiger von Rabenau (Crew 30).
Originally serving with 5th U-Boat Flotilla a training vessel from 3 September 1941 to 28 February 1942, U-702 was transferred to the 7th U-Boat Flotilla for her official war-time service. On 21 March, twenty-one days after her transfer, she set sail from Hamburg on a two-day voyage to the Heligoland island chain to prepare for her first assignment. She left port on the twenty-ninth, and began her patrol of the North Sea. On the 3 April 1942, U-702 struck a Northern Barrage mine in position 59°55.8′N 2°23.3′E.