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#26

Ramjet
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02 March 2014 11:09 pm

well 925 is easy....
Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925


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Garrett At Pro, XP Deus, CTX 3030, pin pointer. Oldest find 1807 halfpenny, oldest silver 1854 threepence.

#27

Shane
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03 March 2014 12:04 am

So cool nice find. What machine you using?


Darwin NT, GPX 5000, Xterra 705, Opera Non Verba

#28

Danmuss
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03 March 2014 12:20 am

Shane wrote:

So cool nice find. What machine you using?

Garrett AT Gold, only just got it so very happy with its performance as there was lots of trash and iron and the Garrett picked it out nicely

#29

Danmuss
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03 March 2014 01:31 pm

Savana_june wrote:

That looks so awesome, mate   big_smile

Thanks mate buddy lol wink

#30

Wally69
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03 March 2014 01:49 pm

Danmuss wrote:
Ramjet wrote:

If you could give us the details of the hallmarks that would help.
The letters, nubers and symbols can tell the maker, year it was made and quality of the metal it's made from.

That's all the stamp marks on it, 925 and that symbol
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … hoto_5.png

Looks like it came directly from the North Pole, mark looks like santa's slay. big_smile Nordic perhaps, antler crest on top of a sword ? ?

Good luck tracking down the makers mark, most likely a boutique jeweller. The sort of thing I would buy the wife, unique and made by a craftsman. Great find.

#31

Danmuss
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03 March 2014 09:20 pm

Wally69 wrote:
Danmuss wrote:
Ramjet wrote:

If you could give us the details of the hallmarks that would help.
The letters, nubers and symbols can tell the maker, year it was made and quality of the metal it's made from.

That's all the stamp marks on it, 925 and that symbol
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … hoto_5.png

Looks like it came directly from the North Pole, mark looks like santa's slay. big_smile Nordic perhaps, antler crest on top of a sword ? ?

Good luck tracking down the makers mark, most likely a boutique jeweller. The sort of thing I would buy the wife, unique and made by a craftsman. Great find.

I see what you mean santas slay  haha.. Thanks mate it's a good find with interesting marks

Last edited by Danmuss (04 March 2014 07:09 pm)

#32

Danmuss
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07 March 2014 12:36 am

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Paulmarr wrote:

How much does it weigh?


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