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Old London silver, its history, its makers and its marks
|Statement||by Montague Howard; with two hundred illustrations, and over four thousand facsimiles of makers" marks and hall-marks|
|LC Classifications||NK7230 .H8X|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi p., 1 l., 405 p. incl. illus., plates, ports.|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||03026937|
The Maker’s mark was initially a picture, but this practice was superseded by using the first two letters of the maker’s surname and later the initials. There are simply too many maker's marks for a pocket guide to include, and so to find the maker one needs to refer to a variety of large reference books. Old French plate, its makers and marks. (London, J. Murray, ), by Wilfred Joseph Cripps (page images at HathiTrust) Hand book to foreign hall marks on gold and silver plate. (With the exception of those on French plate) Containing stamps. (London, Gibbings and co., limited, ), by Christopher Alexander Markham (page images at HathiTrust).
London Silver Makers Marks This section lists the hallmarks used by a number of London Silversmiths. Please note that this list of silver makers hallmarks is by no means exhaustive & we recommend that you obtain a book of silver hallmarks – we have included a list of excellent hallmark books in our recommended books section. The hallmarking of English silver is based on a combination of marks that allow the identification of the origin and the age of each piece. The marks are: Town mark, corresponding to the mark of the assay office that has verified the piece.
The first London silver hallmark to be used was the leopards head, in the year In that year, a decree by Edward I laid down that silver or gold could not be made or sold unless it was marked by the leopard’s head or The King’s Mark, as it was then known. This mark became crowned in and remained crowned until Scottish silver is one of our passions and we have made this guide so that you can read the marks on your piece of Scottish silver. Scotland had its own (slightly peculiar) system of marking silver, so if the marks on your Scottish silver are baffling you then hopefully you can use this guide to .
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BATSFORD 94 HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. Home. American Marks. The first section is of emblems from towith the dates of the articles from which they were taken. The second is of 2i6 OLD LONDON SILVER unknown makers previous to ; these also have the dates of the pieces on which they were found.
The third shows the marks from the copper plate previously mentioned. Old London Silver: Its History, Its Makers and Its Marks Montague Howard - published by B. Batsford, London & Scribner's, New York - pages, over 4, facsimiles of makers' marks. * Old London Silver, Its History, Its Makers And Its Marks, Montague Howard, ( Pages) * Old Plate, Its Makers And Marks, J.
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Second Edition. Dover Publications Inc., New York. Old English plate, ecclesiastical, decorative, and domestic - its makers and marks - W. Cripps () Old French plate, its makers and marks - W. Cripps () Old London Silver, Its History, Its Makers and Its Marks - Montague H Old plate, its makers & marks - Buck, J Old silver platers and their marks - Great Britain.
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Old London silver, its history, its makers and its marks,Author: Montague Howard. a widely illustrated guide to London silver assay marks, marks and hallmarks of British silver, including date letters chart, silver marking system and silver hallmarks guide of other towns as Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin, Edinburgh, Chester, Glasgow: a widely illustrated directory of full sets of silver hallmarks of British makers with information on their location and history.
A letter mark coinciding with the date of assay was first introduced in London in Originally it signified the Assay Master responsible for testing and marking the silver. The date letters were changed on the day that the Goldsmith's Guild wardens were elected, originally St Dunstan's Day (19 May) until the Restoration () and 29 May.
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