Can anyone ID this .800 Ag Train Hallmark?

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Can anyone ID this .800 Ag Train Hallmark?

Postby luger » Sat Dec 17, 2005 9:44 pm

Can anyone ID this .800 Ag Train Hallmark?
This is from a silver watchcase. I am curious about the train. I recognize the Wood Grouse at the top as the Swiss .800 silver hallmark used from 1881-1995. I assume the train is a "foreign" hallmark applied after import/export. I do not beleive it would be a responsibility mark.
Has anyone ever seen this mark before? Does anyone have any information on the train?
Your kind courtesy and consideration are greatly appreciated .
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Does Brookmann (phonetic) seem reasonable?

Postby luger » Sun Dec 18, 2005 5:13 pm

This name Brookman or Brookmann or somethign similar sounding was suggested to me as associated with the train mark. Is anyone familiar with this silver maker. I do not know his nationality. Where might I search for his marks? As always, your kind courtesy and consideration are greatly appreciated,

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Re: Can anyone ID this .800 Ag Train Hallmark?

Postby Traintime » Sat Sep 19, 2020 3:41 pm

Photos long gone, but...Due to the silver fineness, the train mark probably does not apply to that German firm.
>>>Bruckmann & Sohne Locomotive mark (preceeded with a "B") is associated with silverplated wares and found here: https://www.925-1000.com/silverplate_B3.html


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