Well, neither of the marks you show is a maker's mark. The Minerva head is the French first standard (.950) silver mark in use from 1838, and the fancy "E" is actually a Belgian import mark in use 1831-1868. So you have a French piece which spent some time in neighboring Belgium. The French maker's mark should be in the form of a lozenge (rhombus); these can be very small and hard to find; they usually contain initials and some sort of pictorial device. Look carefully and let us know what you find.
Thank you for their prompt answer. This is the stamp like the one that you say. Regrettably this a little wornout. Here I also go up picture of the piece. For any type of help that he can give me. I will thank it to him very much.