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Fork and spoon Hallmarked

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Tango24




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Posted: 07/08/2007 
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I have a Spoon and fork set which I am led to beleive was given to me at my christening they are presented ina dark blue case, the fork is hallmarked with an anchor, Lion and the letter 'R', the spoon is hallmarked with an anchor, Lion and The Letter 'U'




Curious as to thier origin, age and value any help please?
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Jonathan Franks
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Posted: 09/08/2007 
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Can you provide a clear picture of the hallmarks??

You can try this trick if needed....

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/roadshow/tips/impression.html
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Tango24




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Posted: 17/08/2007 
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Best pics I can get of the hallmarks


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Tango24




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Posted: 21/09/2007 
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Added pics of hallmarks anyone have any ideas
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Tango24




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Posted: 21/01/2008 
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still trying to find out what these are worth thank you
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Jonathan Franks
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Posted: 22/01/2008 
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the piece with a u is birmingham 1969. the piece with an r is 1966.

not sure who a.s.p. & co is. They're too modern for my books.

They're worth about 30.

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Jonathan
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Tango24




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Posted: 28/01/2008 
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Thank you much appreciated
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tomnik




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Posted: 13/03/2008 
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Angora Silver Plate Co - first registered in 1921
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John
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