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Scottish marking help

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lukejones989




Joined: 21 Oct 2015
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Location: shropshire

Posted: 21/10/2015 
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Hello I hope some one can help me. My Scottish grandfather who passed left a ring and my nan wants to know what the markings are! I cant seem to get a good enough picture of the markings only the ring. Below il try describe the markings...

Ege c 89 (the fiest letter looks like a captial e but could possibly by a large C, also the middles c is a copywrite c I just cant do the symbol haha)
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silvermakersmarks
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Posted: 21/10/2015 
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Have another go at photographing the mark - it may be worth trying to take the picture through a magnifying glass. Failing that make an accurate drawing and scan it. Your description makes no sense in terms of a hallmark so seeing a picture is really the only chance we have of helping you.
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