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    Posted 7 years ago

    loveyardsa…
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    I bought this a couple of months ago and have been researching and going nowhere. It is a 4 1/2 inch silver mug with half pint R and the number I can't make out either 37 or 87 or something on the front. And on the bottom it has Henry Turner... Paddington which I think?? is in the town in the UK. Or is it his last name? It as warranted hard soldered A 9 62. Has anyone ever heard of Henry Turner or does anyone any info. would be great.

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    1. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      Thanks aghcollect
    2. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      silver plated. very beautiful!!
    3. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      Silver soldered is often seen on electroplated wares sold for commercial use (Hotel ware).
      Guess it sounded better than silverplated.
      Most silver soldered (Hotel ware) pieces have a thicker coating of silverplate.
    4. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      THANKS sean68 have you ever heard of Henry Turner? Or do you know how old it could be? Not finding to much on him. The only Turner I am finding is Sheffield.
    5. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      Thanks icollectglass
    6. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      sean68 wonder what the 9 62 means?
    7. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      Thanks racer4four
    8. loveyardsales, 7 years ago
      Who's Henry Turner? Anyone?
    9. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      ive never heared of Henry Turner.
    10. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      could be us?
    11. RobertH, 5 years ago
      Today, I found this remnant of a mug in the soil around a freshly dug rabbit hole in a Victorian era tip where I go looking for history. Henry Turner operated from premises in Praed Street in the Paddington area of London. The mug, or rather what is left of it, bears a VR emblem so was, I presume, produced in the Victorian era but I have no idea as to the exact date. I will try to add the photograph.
    12. RobertH, 5 years ago
      I have added two photographs on the General Items section and referred to it as loveyardsales query.
    13. LongJohnSilver, 4 years ago
      As it happens I have an almost identical tankard that was given to me at my birth almost 75 years ago. Henry Turner was a silversmith working in Paddington, London and, I suspect, produced these tankards in 1837 for the coronation of Queen Victoria. All those I have seen bear the crown, VR, 37 in three rows and on the base Henry Turner, Paddington, “number”, Hard Soldered.

      Mine is number 962, so made with the one described. They appear on the market from time to time but are not very valuable. I recently saw one for £35.00. However they are very well made and have now survived for almost 200 years.

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