Coal miner mugging is the name of the game, but don’t expect the same style of craftsmanship that goes into their handmade mugs.
And, they aren’t the only ones.
The popular hobby of collecting coal mugs has grown exponentially over the past couple of decades.
The number of handmade mug makers has increased by more than 300 percent over the last 50 years.
And many of the most popular hobbyists are now using these handmade mags to collect some of the world’s finest, rarest and most precious metals.
According to the American Coal Association, coal mining has increased in popularity over the years, as it was once a dangerous and dangerous occupation.
While it’s still the leading cause of death for miners, it’s now seen as a less dangerous and more rewarding occupation.
It’s been estimated that one out of every five miners is killed while mining.
There are now over 2,000 coal mines worldwide, making it the second largest producer of the coal that makes up the bulk of the American economy.
And this mining industry accounts for more than $1 trillion in annual economic activity.
The majority of the mugs made are handcrafted by hand, using only the finest raw materials and the finest tools.
The most popular mugs include a large variety of styles and styles of mugs, ranging from traditional handcrafted mugs to high-end handmade mogs, to the classic hand-made mugs that are just as good as a homemade one.
The popularity of handmade coal mags, like mugs you might see on the streets of a bar or on the back of a truck, is thanks in large part to their unique look and craftsmanship.
There’s nothing quite like seeing these handmade items in person.
Here’s a look at some of our favorite handmade muggings, from classic mugs like the one pictured above to the more sophisticated mugs and mugs designed to last for generations.