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by: Anonymous

that's interesting. 1901 was the year Queen Victorian of England, passed away, signifying the close of the Victorian era. The country went into mourning.

Victorian mourning customs can be found in the Jewelry Resources.

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by: Anonymous

Hi Dick, thank you for your question. Sounds fascinating. Sorry for the delay in responding, we try to prioritize marks on jewelry questions.

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