Unidentified German Makers' Marks

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Bahner
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Postby Bahner » Wed Aug 12, 2009 2:28 am

Hello, that is the city mark of Magdeburg. Carl Riese is documented there as goldsmith and jeweller around 1900. Best wishes, Bahner

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Postby Theoderich » Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:43 am

Thank You Bahner
A citymark after 1888?
This is a new information for me. What is the reason for this - or it is the makers-mark?

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby kevin_ltd » Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:54 pm

I hava a unidentified german Maker's Mark.

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Postby Bahner » Sun Dec 20, 2009 7:44 am

Hello, please open an new thread next time. See here

http://www.925-1000.com/Fgerman_marks_a1884.html

under Franz Bahner. Best wishes, Bahner

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks - Anchor

Postby zilverliefhebber » Wed Jul 13, 2011 5:32 pm

The fourth item from below features an anchor, this appears to be "Truxa A. & Co." - Berlin, Ringfabrik.
I found this information on page 131, item 747 of "Deutsche Firmenstempel auf Schmuck und Luxuswaren (Teil 2)" by Beata Waliczek and Marek Rasala

ISBN 978-83-926164-4-3

Hope this helps you out....

I've posted a question of my own on the last stamp in the description of Lutz & Weiss, I'd like to find out what that stands for - it looks like a horserider.

Kind regards, Mathieu

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby dognose » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:15 am

Hi Mathieu,

Welcome to the Forum.

Many thanks for posting this information.

Regards Trev.

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby cogito » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:23 pm

What happened to my photo and query about the circle H or HD marked German silver piece? Is it a known maker and I just placed my query in the wrong location?

Thanks,
Jef

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby dognose » Fri Aug 26, 2011 4:16 pm

Hi Jeff,

No, your post was deleted as you posted 'Auctiva' images.

See: Posting Requirements


Trev.

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby cogito » Fri Aug 26, 2011 8:49 pm

Whoops! Sorry. Here are the photos from my flickr account. I apologize for the earlier posting problem.

Any thoughts about the maker for this piece? I've checked all the references on this website and a few books I have at home, but no luck.

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Regards,
Jeff

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby oreoero » Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:06 pm

Tom, I could not find this one in the catalog...

Mark is 900 followed by a crescent moon, crown, and then a five point star. I found two makers that use the moon, crown & star, but they did not match this one.

This is from a spoon set that consists of a large serving spoon and 10 very small ones, reminiscent of demi-tasse spoons.

The length of the large spoon in 8 inches.

Only the large spoon is marked.

Thanks,

Oreoero

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby silverfan » Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:37 am

Hi Tom,
the 19th mark (S within Star) is E. Spitzbarth, Zürich.
Regards silverfan

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Re: Unidentified German Makers' Marks

Postby silverfan » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:16 pm

Hello Tom,
on Monday Dec 23, 2013 I posted that the 19th mark (S with star) is E.Spitzbarth, Zürich. It still remains in Unidentified Objects!?
Another correction: A.C.Franke is A.C.Frank without e.
The just discovered mark of Josef Reiner is still lacking in German Hallmarks (see posts of R ingo from Nov 17th 2013.
Regards silverfan


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