Need some help on a couple of hall marks

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  1. kangawoo

    kangawoo New Member

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    Hi,
    I have a fob chain and a gold broach, hopping someone can help with the hall marks.

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    1892?

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    Birmingham?

    That's about all I can figure out.

    Thanks in advance..
     
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    Yes, for the anchor. Meaning the Birmingham assay office.
    The lion passant indicates .925 sterling silver
    Not sure about the "S", could be a date code, or something to do with "Sheffield"?
    E.W. is probably the maker's initials
    15K means 15 caret (15/24) gold
    Can't make out the last. Is it a letter? (date code), or maybe a maker's symbol
     

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