Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Silverplate Marks ~ Worldwide

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Alphabetical Listing of Silverplate Manufacturers by Maker's Name
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V

VB&S, shield Vale Brothers & Sermon
from c.1884, silver platers, also registered silversmiths
Birmingham
England, UK


Van Bergh Silver Plate Co., Rochester NY, quadruple plate

Made & Guaranteed by the Van Bergh S.P. Co., Rochester NY, USA

VB Co, NS
Van Bergh Silver Plate Co.
founded 1892, silverplate holloware manufacturers, became a subsidiary of Oneida in 1926
Rochester, NY
USA


Van Zwanenburg, NV, Rotterdam, 90 Van Zwanenburg
20th C.
Rotterdam
Netherlands


VSF, 90 Vereinigte Silberwarenfabriken (VSF)
1901-c.1965, primarily silverplated flatware, successor to Gebrüder Bahner
Dusseldorf
Germany


Viceroy Plate Viceroy Plate
c.1930s, trademark of the National Silver Co.
New York, NY
USA
Victor Silver Co., quadruple plate, horse, unicorn

Victor S. Co.
Victor Silver Co.
trademark of the Derby Silver Co., lower priced ware., continued usage by International after 1898, second mark used primarily on hotel ware after c.1920
Birmingham, CT
USA


Victoria, castle Victoria
late 20th C., trademark of Taunton Silversmiths Ltd., division of Lenox
Taunton, MA
USA


Victorian Plate, EPBM Victorian Plate
20th C.trademark of Lipman-Levinter Industries
Toronto, Ontario
Canada


Viking Plate, EP Brass, lead mounts, Made in Canada Viking Plate
20th C.trademark of Lipman-Levinter Industries
Toronto, Ontario
Canada


V Ltd., EP, Extra A

Viner's Ltd.,EPNS, Sheffield, Super A

Corporate Mark Granted by the Cutler's Company 1836, Alpha Plate, Viner's of Sheffield England
Viner's of Sheffield
1925-1974, firm founded c.1910 by brothers, Willie, Emile & Adolf Viener, first as W. & E. Viener, then A. & E. Viener, in 1925 they changed their name to "Viner" and acquired the "Alpha" trademark from Harrison Brothers & Howson
Sheffield
England, UK

In Memoriam - Pat Strominger (2209patrick) 1955-2012

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