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Metal Detecting Gold Marks Question
by: Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre

Hi Steve, pleased to know our hallmark guru team were able to shed a bit more light on your buried treasure. Wouldn't you just love to find that gold heart lock!

If you have any more gold mark questions related to buried treasures of the jewelry related kind that you or your metal detecting friends might come across, please don't hesitate to use this service. Questions about gold coins can also be submitted on this forum.

all the best,
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
Antique Jewelry Investor





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Thanks!
by: Anonymous

Thanks a lot for your insight Leigh, I appreciate the sharing of your experience :)

Steve

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Letters on Old Chain
by: Leigh

Steve - this type of chain was often used for bracelets in the mid to late 1800s. Often a heart lock would be attached to the chain that acted as the fastener for the bracelet. The chain is most likely gold filled or a 10k chain. The letters don't have any significant meaning. They are just a part of the design.


Leigh Leshner
WIW2U Group

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