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    Posted 10 years ago

    shadsnsmudge
    (8 items)

    Beautiful Bone, wood & silver salad servers (unfortunatly broken!!!) Am having trouble identifying the mark!
    A Fist clutching a sabre - any ideas if this is for silver? silver plate? or is it to identify something completely different????
    Help!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. shadsnsmudge shadsnsmudge, 10 years ago
      PLEASE Help identify the arm & sabre mark?????
    2. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 10 years ago
      I think its Charles M. Robbins, which began business in 1892 in Attleboro, Massachusetts and is known for its sterling and enamel jewelry and souvenir spoons. Looks to be very early set, but that is his Shield,Arm, Knife mark. Dave

    3. shadsnsmudge shadsnsmudge, 10 years ago
      Thanks DizzyDave, just gonna look it up now :)
    4. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 10 years ago
      Go down the page until you see his marks, The middle mark is your mark. I think its a early piece. Dave
      http://www.souvenirspoons.com/silver.html
    5. shadsnsmudge shadsnsmudge, 10 years ago
      Dave, you're great, thankyou :)

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