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Sideways anchor is assay mark for Birmingham
by: Anonymous

The sideways anchor is the mark for the Assay Office in Birmingham, meaning that's where the gold content of your ring was confirmed. For full info on all the marks, run them through the Hallmarks Wizard here:

http://www.gold-traders.co.uk/hallmarks/

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UK Hallmarks
by: Anonymous

Lisa -
about your markings:

HA is the maker's mark - probably Atkin Brothers - Henry Atkin, UK
1841 -1920s. It should be in a frame. The crown and 22 are standard marks and each should appear in a square frame. The numbers and the crown stand for 22 carat gold and was used as a gold hallmark, in the UK (England, Wales, N. Ireland, Scotland) from 1844 -1974.

Good luck with the rest of the marks.

John




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Interesting hallmarks - more questions about the hallmarks
by: Anonymous

Hi Lisa

sounds like a very interesting family hierloom ring. Is the crown above the HA? If yes this would be part of the maker's mark. Another quick question/s - is there a frame around the letters, i.e., square, rectangle? is the head in profile, male or female? Luv to know what stones too. Thanks

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