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Help ... silver hallmark

Hello all, I need help to identify this hallmark.


Anyone?
Some suggestions?
Please…

Hi,

The mark photo is too blurred.
Try to make a better one.
It is difficult to help if one can not clearly see the hallmark.

Regards,

G.

… and a picture of the whole piece might help.

Phil

Thank you guys, I really appreciate it.
Unfortunately, it’s my best photo, for now.
I have another one:

Here, it looks like this mark -

silver

(1818-1864)
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
???

P.S. It’s a silver ring with the well-known hallmark 925

Hi again,

Unfortunately, the mark is still blurred.
It may be or may not be the St Petersburg mark (three anchors in a circle). However, the Russians used another measure of silver purity at that time, namely the so called zolotnik(i). The most popular was 84 zolotnik(i) meaning 875/1000 proof. If you see the number 925 on your ring, that means it is definitely not Russian from that period (yet it still may be contemporary Russian). I think that further discussion is pointless unless you take a better picture.

Regards,

G.

Oh yeah, exactly

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Thanks
See you