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marc




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Posted: 08/03/2007 
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Hi, I have a pair of old candlesticks that appear to be sterling---they test silver and there is no evidence of plate wear with other metal showing through. I would appreciate any help identifying the marks on them. Notice that the candlesticks are not identical and don't have the same maker's mark, but they are similar looking enough that someone apparently mistook them for a pair at some point.....
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Marc

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