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Silver Hallmark: 1. The hallmark is the maker mark of the silversmith or the company that either made the object or imported it to Sweden. K.A. - K. Anderson 2.City Stamp for Stockholm is the crowned head of the patron saint St. Erik 3.The control stamp that guarantees the quality of the metal used in the production. Three crowns in an oval for objects imported to Sweden before 1988. 4. S silver fineness .830 5. Date letter X7 - 1924
Sweden,
1924
Silver Hallmark: Women head on kerchief, numbers 1,2,3, = silver finest 949, 875, 800. W = Warsaw
Poland, Warsaw
1920-1963
Silver Hallmark: Mark for small articles: Dog head and 3=silver fineness 800. Letter A - Vienna
Austro-Hungarian Empire, Wien Austria (Vienne)
1867-1922
Silver Hallmark: Lotus flower
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Foreign big articles: Mercury head and letters E and T in oval FranceForeign big articles: Mercury head and letters E and T in oval France, Provinces 1798-1803
Foreign big articles: Mercury head and letters E and T in oval FranceForeign big articles: Mercury head and letters E and T in oval France, Paris 1798-1803
Articles put back in the trade: Axe (fineness not guaranteed) FranceArticles put back in the trade: Axe (fineness not guaranteed) France, Departments 1798-1803
Articles put back in the trade: Axe (fineness not guaranteed) FranceArticles put back in the trade: Axe (fineness not guaranteed) France, Paris 1798-1803
Watch and Clock industry in Besancon: (Mark for small articles with silver standard .800) FranceWatch and Clock industry in Besancon: (Mark for small articles with silver standard .800) France 1798-1803
Watch and Clock industry in Besancon: (Mark for big articles with silver standard .800) FranceWatch and Clock industry in Besancon: (Mark for big articles with silver standard .800) France 1798-1803
For articles when the weight of their accessory metal exceeds 3 percent of the total weight of the alloy: Boar head and parrot head in oval outline FranceFor articles when the weight of their accessory metal exceeds 3 percent of the total weight of the alloy: Boar head and parrot head in oval outline France Since 10.01.1905
Symbol of Brioude Office FranceSymbol of Brioude Office France, Brioude Since 1972
Symbol of Nantes Office FranceSymbol of Nantes Office France, Nantes Since 1958
Symbol of Saint-Amand Office FranceSymbol of Saint-Amand Office France, Saint-Amand Since 1958
Symbol of Annemasse Office FranceSymbol of Annemasse Office France, Annemasse Since 1967
Symbol of Beaune Office FranceSymbol of Beaune Office France, Beaune Since 1958
Guaranty mark for small articles: Fasces - a bundle of sticks with an axe blade FranceGuaranty mark for small articles: Fasces - a bundle of sticks with an axe blade France, Provinces 1798-1809
Guaranty mark for small articles: Fasces - a bundle of sticks with an axe blade FranceGuaranty mark for small articles: Fasces - a bundle of sticks with an axe blade France, Paris 1798-1809
Guaranty mark for medium articles: Ancient face in circle FranceGuaranty mark for medium articles: Ancient face in circle France, Provinces 1798-1809
Guaranty mark for medium articles: Ancient face and number 85 in circle FranceGuaranty mark for medium articles: Ancient face and number 85 in circle France, Paris 1798-1809
Guaranty mark for big articles: Ancient face in oval FranceGuaranty mark for big articles: Ancient face in oval France, Provinces 1798-1809
Guaranty mark for big articles: Ancient face and number 85 in oval FranceGuaranty mark for big articles: Ancient face and number 85 in oval France, Paris 1798-1809
Fineness mark: Cock and number 2 in octagon (silver standard .800) FranceFineness mark: Cock and number 2 in octagon (silver standard .800) France, Provinces 1798-1809
Fineness mark: Cock and number 1 in octagon (silver standard .950) FranceFineness mark: Cock and number 1 in octagon (silver standard .950) France, Provinces 1798-1809
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