Greetings – this is my first question on this forum. I have what appears to be a Georgian teaspoon with the following unusual marks: the makers marks are JB over WN this is followed by the lion passant and next the sovereigns head. This is where it becomes unusual because there is a date letter capital A within a square surround and this is followed by a slightly smaller capital S inside a slightly smaller square surround. There is no assay office mark – is this very unusual? And I cannot understand why there should be two date marks.
I hope someone can help Best wishes – Tony Hunter.