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Lyn




Joined: 18 Mar 2007
Posts: 2
Location: Derbyshire

Posted: 20/04/2007 
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These hallmarks appear on a variety of sets of spoons passed onto my husband from his Grandma and Aunt. We know nothing else about them.
Lyn

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snuffer




Joined: 11 Apr 2007
Posts: 171

Posted: 21/04/2007 
Post subject: re: unknown spoons
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These are all British silverplate marks.

Top picture is the Potosi Silver Company, Birmingham.
Middle picture is Charles Ellis & Company, Sheffield.
Bottom picture is George Bishop & Sons, Sheffield.
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