Family lore always said this Coffee Pot Came out to Australia in early 1800’s, but alas I have identified the maker’s mark, and now know that it was not made until at least after 1879. It is EPBM, Electroplated Brittania Metal, and made by James Dixon & Son in Sheffield, England. It has the famous Trumpet and Banner mark, which was granted in 1879. I hope that other marks will tell when it was made. Below the Trumpet & Banner it has E/P/B/M, then J/D/&/S/ , then 8464, then the number 2. Above the Trumpet is a mark that could be a diamond on its side? or a stylised butterfly? Above that is a “C” and above that an “R”, both upside down in relation to the main marks. A large “O” is over to one side, and an irregular “X” close to the main marks. Not so many “greats” old, but can you help decipher these marks for me? Many thanks for any help.