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eric gunn




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Posted: 09/01/2007 
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please, can anyone read this name or have any information, these marks and monogram are on a very old silver plated tray. can anyone understand what the monogram says? thanks- eric

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Jonathan Franks
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Posted: 09/01/2007 
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Hi,

This is a difficult one. I guess it is continental plate, possibly from Portugal, but to be honest, I might be totally wrong.

With Uncle Vic & Daniel, we can cover most Ameican and British Silver, but silver-collector still needs to find a European silver expert.

If you can't get any further with this, I suggest that you re-post in a couple of months to see if someone new on the forum can help.

Sorry to disappoint - Regards Jonathan
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