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by: Yvonne

Hi we can provide more information if you could fill in the appraisal form. This is a paying service. Here is the link:

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Star on hallmark
by: Linda

My mothers wedding ring is stamped 9ct. Birmingham.
X date which difficult to match,and a star in a square shape.
I can also find no reference to this but will continue looking.
Good luck!

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A Star Hallmark
by: Anonymous

It is Allsopp Brothers Newark, New Jersey.C. 1892-1933) Later changed name to Allsopp Bliss(1933). I had a grand time researching this one myself.

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Sideways Anchor
by: Anonymous

it's difficult to see the jewelry marks, although I can see the star in a circle at the end clearly.

Sideways anchor, sideways letter "H" followed by a Star in a circle is the sponsor's mark:

HENRY HEBBARD Manufacturing Silversmiths, New York, NY, USA - ca 1835 - 1869


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22 carat gold in Britain
by: Yvonne

From 1576 - 1798 only the highest standard of gold, 22 caratage was used in wedding rings. It was only afterward that 18 carat became the normal, except from 1942, during world war II when in Britain 9 carat became the standard.

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British Hallmarks Resource
by: Sally

You've done some good research ! I have listed a site below that may be able to assist you further. I'm still checking my resources on the star mark but so far have found nothing. This specific page on British Hallmarks might help.

If I can locate more information, I'll let you know. I have a couple of other hallmark books to check.

Sally


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