I have also noticed the errors in Arminjon around pages 237 & 237 among the “LD” section and they are confusing. That said, I am confident the maker here is Louis Dufay (Arminjon I, no. 02311) whose symbol is described as "un fa": the musical note "fa" (do, re, mi, fa, etc.) which matches the symbol in your mark and is a pun on his surname. He is listed as a silversmith and maker of hollowware and [my translation] "of liturgical and all types of silverware". His mark was registered on 5 Apr 1809 at 27 rue de Harlay.
He is still listed in 1813, but not in 1817 (the next available directory), or in 1820. I found the death record of his wife, Alexandrine Victoire Deribaucourt, on 19 March 1810, in the 11th arrondissement. She was only 30, so it seems likely that Dufay was not much older and therefore still a relatively young man – probably in his 40s - when he disappeared from the record around 1813/17. It is worth noting that silversmith Joseph Heureaux (Arminjon I, nos. 1844 & 1845) was a declarant on Mme. Dufay’s death record.
Hope this helps!
PS: I note that the image given with Dufay’s mark in Arminjon – LD with a globe, cross and crown – matches the description of the mark for no. 02307 – Louis Gaetan Donati. The image shown with Donati’s mark – LD with a slipper? – doesn’t match any of the other LDs given, but some do not have any description of the device, such as no. 02299, L. Denoyelle, the image with which - LD with a lance - seems to match the already mentioned no. 02302, Louis Joseph Devaux. Confusing indeed!