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Welcome to the forum,

Another posted an item with the same markings the other day, I had replied to that thread so will copy what I said then below.

'These are rather interesting marks as there is actually very little know about there origin. They are almost certainly for a silver plate piece and can sometimes be found with a Gothic 'CS'. There is a discussion going on in the silver collecting community that these potentially originate from the continent (hence CS, 'continental silver') and these pseudo marks were in some way designed to dupe a buyer into believing they were Sterling (.925).'

 

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7 minutes ago, Oldun said:

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As said above, this posters images do not show UK hallmarks. They are a deliberate attempt to confuse a buyer into thinking that they are Sterling whereas in fact they are plate.

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4 minutes ago, WealdenWoodsman said:

Welcome to the forum,

Another posted an item with the same markings the other day, I had replied to that thread so will copy what I said then below.

'These are rather interesting marks as there is actually very little know about there origin. They are almost certainly for a silver plate piece and can sometimes be found with a Gothic 'CS. There is a discussion going on in the silver collecting community that these potentially originate from the continent (hence CS, 'continental silver') and these pseudo marks were in some way design to dupe a buyer into believing they were Sterling (.925).'

 

Its not silver i know but i try to know more about this manufacturer!
REGARDS & MANY THANKS TO ALL

 

12 minutes ago, Oldun said:

Maybe somene will come along and be able to help. Patience.

Do you know what country it is from ?

I dont know i thinking buy or not!)

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