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help needed with W & H - don't think it's walker & H

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lbailie




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Posted: 19/07/2010 
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Hello. I have what I think is a hairpin container. the jar is cut glass and the lid is tortoiseshell with silver pique and a silver rim. I've been trying to find out more about it and the W & H hallmark doesn't resemble the flag shape of what I've seen elsewhere for Walker & Hall. Any help would be greatly appreciated in deciphering the hallmarks. Thankyou!

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Posted: 19/07/2010 
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Yes, it Walker & Hall - Birmingham, 1924. They did not always use the flag mark.
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lbailie




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Posted: 19/07/2010 
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That's great - many thanks for your help!
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