What Is the Value of Rogers 1847 Silverware?

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Rogers silverware dates back to the mid 1800s. The value depends on the pattern. It also depends on what pieces are included, how old they are, and their condition.
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I have been told that the 12 denotes the DWT or pennyweight of the item. It is supposed to be silver and not silverplate. I am not sure what pattern you have but check it to see if
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1. Look for marks. Sterling silver is marked, and the required marks differ from country to country. In England, for example, you will find marks depicting sterling, city of origin,
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Hello Steven. You know some of the pattern names, so that's good. You will want to identify the pattern names of the other pieces as well. If you have a lot to ID, I recommend you
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