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i found these in the basement can anyone help

i found these in the basment of our new house can anyone tell me about them

the first one is asmall oval tray on the back it says wm rogers with a star and the number 419 under it

the next is a round tray about 12" has a sticker that says wm a rogers by oneida ltd silver smith and is also stmped wm a rogers

there is one salt shaker that says sterling columbia weighted

there is a ? butter dish with feet really weird marking three boxes in the first it looks like an animal facing right looks like it has a mane so maybe a horse the center square has a fancy letter c ant the third also an animal facing left maybe a ram and under the numbers i think read 70f

then there is a creamer a sugar bowl and a small tray all have the same mark looks like very fancy letters K S IN and maybe what i would describe as jellyfish

i have pictures but can not figure out how to attach them

any help would be great

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pix last one sorry i posted them the only way i could figure out

Hi there. William Rogers is an American Silversmiths, and the star and eagle mark is a relativly early mark for them around the late 19th century. If you Google it you will get more information, good luck.

Hi there and thanks for joining us. I’ve been away fishing and have to leave again shortly, so I’ll be brief. All are American silverplated except for the Columbia which is sterling silver. The two with the crescent in the center mark are by Crescent Silver Co.; the last one, Wm. Rogers, is not old, its one of the modern Rogers silver plate marks.

I’ll try to elaborate when I return in a few days.


Uncle Vic