As far as I am aware this is the first time anyone has put these on e Bay as a guide.You can used theses to determine the date of silver items by determining the similarity of the letters in the chart below and reading of the date of the hallmark. Ramsden Reid & Sons Richards & Brown Roberts & Belk J.
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Understanding British Hallmarks The 8 hallmarks that guarantee the quality and value on UK Assayed products.
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These tests are carried out only by an Assay Office, of which there are four in the UL – London, Birmingham, Sheffield and Edinburgh. Gold and silver hallmarks Understanding British or English hallmarking since 1238 Dating Silver by Assay and Fineness marks Quickly decide whether the your object is pre 1975 and its original Assay office.
The Hallmarking Act 1973 changed on 1 January 1999 and allows articles of higher and lower standards of fineness to be sold. Consumers may now choose from a much wider range of goods but to continue to benefit from the same level of protection. Using a British Hallmark Guide How to quickly identify gold and Silver hallmarks that you see in car boot sales and markets.
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Woodward & Co MARKS' IMAGES: A&/AC AD/AK AL/AZ B&/BB BC/BO BP/BZ C&/CA CB/CC CD/CF CG/CL CM/CS CT/CZ D&/DB DC/DL DM/DZ E&/EA EB/ED EE/EH EI/EO EP/EZ F&/FD FE/FJ FK/FZ G&/GB GC/GG GH/GL GM/GR GS/GZ H&/H& HA/HB HC/HE HF/HL HM/HU HV/HZ I&/IG IH/IL IM/IZ J&/JA JB/JC JD/JG JH/JK JL/JQ JR/JR JS/JS JT/JZ KA/KZ L&/LB LC/LZ M&/MB MC/MI MJ/MZ N&/NZ OA/OZ P&/PK PL/PZ QA/QZ R&/RB RC/RG RH/RK RL/RQ RR/RZ S&/SB SC/SI SJ/SR SS/SZ T&/TC TD/TG TH/TN TO/TS TT/TZ UA/UZ V&/VZ W&/WA WB/WB WC/WC WD/WE WF/WG WH/WL WM/WM WN/WR WS/WS WT/XZ YA/YZ ZA/ZZ This is a page of 'The What is?An overview of how to read English Silver Hallmarks. The term hallmarks has come into general usage to mean the stamps to indicate makers and standards of fineness/purity of the silver .800/.925/.950 etc.For more information about Standards of Fineness see – What is Sterling Silver?For detailed information about each city’s assay mark and the table of dates each city uses – refer to one of the guidebooks suggested here.Also please note, this page only deals with English marks…not those from Scotland or Ireland.A simple method I always use is to identify the Assay Office, which you can find by CLICKING HERE and if that mark signifies Birmingham then the letter a starts at the year 1900.