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makers mark unknown. any help, please

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danishrelation11




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Posted: 21/05/2016 
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Hi,
please see attached image, I don't know what the first mark, the maker's mark is I have deduced by using resources page that it is Sterling 925 (lion), Birmingham made (anchor sign), rounded m sign = 1810. I thought this looked like a spouting whale??? really can't be sure, any help much appreciated[img][/img][img][/img][list=][/list]
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Posted: 21/05/2016 
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Have another go at attaching your picture. Don't forget to use the "Preview" button to check that it is showing. Alternatively use the "Add Attachment" feature but ensure that your image is no larger than 500 pixels in both width and height. Note that you can edit your initial post to do this.
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