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    Posted 10 months ago

    dgirardin
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    Thought this was pretty cool fair fairly big trophy from 1904 it must be real silver because it has the markings as you can see in the picture not sure if anybody has any information on this any info would be greatly appreciated

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    1. IVAN49 IVAN49, 10 months ago
      From left to right:
      Crown mark for Sheffield Assay Office.
      Lion passant mark for sterling fineness (.925 or 92.5 % silver alloy).
      Date letter m for 1904.
      Maker`s mark of Walker & Hall,Howard Street, Sheffield,England.
      This mark was registered in 1894.
      Beautiful piece of history.

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