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by: Ruth

Thanks for your info, i have sent a further post including a photo (Could you let me know if you haven't recieved it as I sent it through a while ago). Hope this is of some help.

Regards, Ruth

Ruth can you remember the title of your post. We get so many.


German Marks V in circle
by: Anonymous

D. Vollgold & Sohne , Berlin founded ca.1850 used a V in circle trademark. The letter V without a circle was also used by D. Vollgold & Sohne BEFORE 1886.

I have only ever seen this mark on 800 + silver followed by the country mark of Germany - (reichsmark) of a crescent moon & crown (Halbmond Und Krone). These two marks (latter) became compulsory by 1888.

I'm not familiar with the heart mark you describe, a photo will help. If Possible, please upload a photo of the mark in a follow-up submission.

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Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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