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#1 2016-02-06 22:37:53

dandaman
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From: South Aust.
Registered: 2015-01-21
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Hallmarks

Gday all

Could Anyone give me some help on these hallmarks plz and thanks

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#2 2016-02-06 23:16:23

House
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Re: Hallmarks

Got a clearer pic? Looks like SN (or NS?) and RD

More info always helps, like what the hallmark is on and where you got it wink


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#3 2016-02-06 23:42:05

Ipv6Ready
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Re: Hallmarks

Had a quick look, but could make heads or tails of it. Definitely need clearer pix and what it is, as hallmarks are differnt for silverware to jewellery.


WTB 4 to 6 grams of pure gold. Don't care if it is coin, bar or granules. Near spot, suits anyone who has been tempted to open a certicard or just have some granules to make a ring

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#4 2016-02-06 23:46:19

dandaman
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From: South Aust.
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Re: Hallmarks

Not really only these, i was out with a friend metal detecting today an they found it, its on a spoon

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Couldn't get a good pic of it with the sun and my phone

Last edited by dandaman (2016-02-06 23:48:40)

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#5 2016-02-06 23:59:19

Ipv6Ready
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Re: Hallmarks


WTB 4 to 6 grams of pure gold. Don't care if it is coin, bar or granules. Near spot, suits anyone who has been tempted to open a certicard or just have some granules to make a ring

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#6 2016-02-16 20:31:11

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Re: Hallmarks

First thoughts are that it's plated - there's no lion passant to indicate that it's English sterling, but my knowledge of Continental silverware is pretty thin.

Mock hallmarks on items to make them "look" like sterling while not being fraudulent aren't uncommon - heck, most stainless steel ktichen flatware still has markings on it where hallmarks go.


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