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Admin17.08.2021

Help identifying silver stamp : whatsthisworth

Named after the British icon of Roman Britannia, this grade of silver is softer because it has a higher concentration of silver than sterling.
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Admin17.06.2021

SILVER MARKS AND HALLMARKS DIRECTORY: SITE MAP

For pendants, pins, and other large, flat jewelry items, turn the piece over.
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Admin28.08.2021

Silver Forums at 925

But like any precious metal, fakes can be found everywhere.
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Admin28.06.2021

Silver Date Marks

Seeing drawings and photographs of various hallmark stamps is a sure way to train your eye to recognize these marks when you see them.
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Admin12.08.2021

How To Tell If Silver Is Real? 10 At Home DIY Tests

You can find many different kinds of silver in the marketplace today.
Admin03.09.2021

A Guide to Silver Markings and Basic Terms

Keep in mind genuine marks on 19th and early 20th century silver and silver plate vary considerably in appearance and new marks frequently change.
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Admin30.07.2021

Everything You Need to Know About Identifying Silver

Even though silver tends to be the least expensive noble metal to work with, many jewelers will try to save money using silver with other metals mixed in.
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Admin27.06.2021

Silver Forums at 925

Many genuinely old marked discs have been removed from inexpensive common pieces and applied to more expensive pieces.
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Admin03.07.2021

SILVER MARKS AND HALLMARKS DIRECTORY: SITE MAP

Some of the oldest American silver is "coin," which contains at least 89.
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Admin26.08.2021

A Guide to Silver Markings and Basic Terms

First standard mark was a Lyre.
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Admin01.08.2021

Silver Forums at 925

By turning the piece over and looking for these numbers and symbols, you can identify whether or not a piece is sterling silver, who made it, and when and where it was made.
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Admin07.09.2021

Silver Hallmarks Explained in Simple Terms

Dublin — Hibernia and Harp The hallmarking of Irish silver began towards the middle of the 17th century.
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