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Can anyone help identify these markings?

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Posted: 03/12/2013 
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My partner recently got this from his deceased Grandfather's estate. Anything will be helpful, thank you Smile

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This is an electroplate mark (so not silver) of Maxfield & Sons of Sheffield. It dates from the period before about 1895 when the use of a crown on electroplate became illegal as it could have been confused with a Sheffield silver mark.
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This is what it is on

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