Dating british silver
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From 1327 onward, it became an offence to sell any precious metal in Great Britain and its territories without appropriate hallmarks.
This long history of British hallmarks makes our hallmarking system one of the most highly structured and respected in the world.
Hallmarks are small markings stamped on gold, silver and platinum articles.
A British Hallmark means that the article has been independently tested and guarantees that it conforms to all legal standards of purity (fineness).
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All was well, until a review of the race shortly afterwards threw it all into question.
The workshop was in Oil Mill Lane, Hammersmith moving to 4 Conduit Street after 1918.
These hallmarks tell buyers something about the purity of the silver, when the piece was manufactured and who manufactured it.
It is now illegal in most countries to sell commercial silver without the appropriate hallmarks.
Hallmark date stamps on silver, gold, and platinum for the Offices of London, Birmingham, Sheffield, and Edinburgh from 1678 – 1974 London Dated Hallmarks from 1678 – 1974. Dating UK Hallmarks See all the main dated hallmarks from the UK since 1678 International Hallmarks How to identify the international hallmarks on gold, silver and platinum products.
Rare Gold and Silver Hallmarks Hallmarks used for events, dates or hallmarks that are no longer made.