silvermakersmarks wrote:Hi and welcome to the forum. Thanks for persisting with the images!
J.C is Joseph Cook, a known maker of thimbles, and the date letter is, I believe, "n" for 1887. It could also possibly be "u" for 1894, but I think that is unlikely as by then Joseph Cook had become Joseph Cook and Son and was using a "J.C&S" mark.
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