A hallmark is an official mark or series of marks struck on items made of precious
metals—platinum, gold, silver and in some nations, palladium. In a more ...
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may be considered as a special mark of the Dublin Assay Office for foreign made
Guide to World Hallmarks - Most extensive internet resource for research of Silver
marks, Hallmarks & Maker's Marks - Foreign Hallmarks.
Hallmarks originated to show the purity of gold in a piece of gold jewellery and
included the mark of the assaying office that certified the purity as well as the ...
F mark From 1842 it was illegal to sell imported gold or silver in the UK unless it
was assayed (tested) at a British office. In 1867 the Foreign Mark was added.
Common Marks for Foreign Gold. European countries mark gold with numerical
fineness marks in parts per thousands, for example: 375, 417, 585, 750, etc. for ...
All finished gold and silver articles must bear the manufacturer's mark, and must
be assayed at the control office. 8 FOREIGN HALL MARKS ON PLATE Principal ...
Convention hallmarks that have been applied in other member countries are ...
the Assay Office mark may vary according to whether the article is gold, silver or ...
Hello! I have a small 14K gold malachite cabachon ring in a very simplistic plain
setting. What honest to goodness looked like a tiny dent on the outside.
This set of hallmarks comes from an engraved gold bangle that measures about
2.5 in diameter, the face of the bracelet is about 1/2 and the thickness is.