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PHOTOS ADDED! please help with value and number stamp

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squirl71




Joined: 30 Sep 2007
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Location: edinburgh

Posted: 30/09/2007 
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New to the forum, but I have recently bought a silver salver approx 14inches. it has 4 feet so stands about 1 inch high. I have identified the makers mark as Thomas Bradbury and Sons ltd. there is a crown on one side of the salver and a cross on the other. I can't make out the first mark but the letter is D. This salver has the number 7950 stamped hust above the hallamrk. It has a crest on the front with the motto ' EN GRACE AFFIE'. It is quite heavy. I have not had a chance to take any photos yet as I just bought this item yesterday at a car boot fair. - It cost me 2.00 two english pounds. Can anyone help with the stamp and motto also possible value! Smile Question

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