I appreciate that some members do not care to assist those whose only motivation in posting on the forum is that of profit. But there is a, in fact several bigger pictures to be seen. If someone has an item of silver that wish to dispose of, then seeking the correct description and thus not misleading anyone is surely to be applauded. Far better that an item is in the hands of someone that appreciates it, than being left in a box in the attic as an investment for the future, just gathering dust and seen by no-one. By gaining the correct information an item may well end up in the hands of a collector who will genuinely cherish the item thus perhaps saving it from the melting pot. A request for such information also gives us the opportunity to see great items and record their marks, thus we all learn a little more from the sharing of such information. Providing the OP keeps to the forum rules, and in this case those rules have been conformed too, then I think we all gain a little, sometimes a lot. The forum is not a medium for business, we do make that clear, but a place for serious research into marks that appear on precious metals, so, as long as anonymity is preserved as to reason for the request for information we can hopefully all benefit.
I myself sometimes post requests for information, such as those above, on behalf of a friend that is a silver dealer. The person involved pays back the forum by sending me images of everything that passes through his hands, both the mundane and the exciting, as he is only too aware of the importance of recording such marks, and thus through this medium we have obtained hundreds of images of marks, such as those above, that have posted here and helped many people. Hopefully it can be seen there is a flip side to the coin.