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makers(?) mark Irish late 1700s-early 1800s sterling silver

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jehrman




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Posted: 15/04/2016 
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Can anybody identify this presumed maker's mark? The come from four small spoons also bearing the Dublin sterling standard mark. The handles are small enough that the entire mark doesn't show on each spoon, but I've included them all - it appears to be a lower case "e" and "s" with a star above and below.

Many thanks in advance,

Jim

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Posted: 15/04/2016 
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I can't find anything which matches these marks but it might be useful to see a picture of the other mark(s).
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