I know I have the maker, but the last hallmark in the series seems to be one of the notorious "Court Series Letters" and 1699 or 1700 is my best guess.
I have more pics I could e-mail to an expert (if anyone cares to review them), but really the same conclusion would be reached, it is William Fleming and it is very early Britannia silver 1699 or 1700. ::
The thing about the series of "Court Letters from 1697-1715 is that when you find actual examples of the hallmarks (all in various states of wear), there is much more detail in the actual letters as compared to the chart which shows a generalized "theoretical" image of the date letter. ::: So I haven't been having much luck with the fragment of the court letter which I have, I can't link it to a letter on the chart, I have had to go to a picture of the actual court letter in order to try and match it. :: The closest candidate I can find is the year 1700, but I cannot say that with absolute certainty. :::::
I could email pics of the fourth hallmark in the series, the hallmark I believe is a fragment of the "court letter" if anyone has a lot of experience with this series of letters and has seen each and every letter in the series either in person or in pictures (in person is better), basically I would need a court letter series expert in this case :::::::::::::::::
I lament the passing of TinyPic, it was my favorite image hosting service, I am really bad with image hosting. ::::