Hello,My name isCustomerand I would love to help.Please use the Add Files feature on your screen to add pictures of the item and any marks, labels or writing.
These all sound like silver assay, country and date marks but I will need to see them
in order to assess the piece. When doing the photography, do not use a flash (use daylight)
so that I can see more details. Thanks!
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The photo of the marks was taken using a flash, so I am unable to see the marks.
Please do a photo in daylight with NO camera flash so that it is not overexposed. Stand by a window so that the marks are lit from
just one side, this allows the symbols to stand out more with light from just one side. Thanks!
This is a sterling silver bracelet made in 1808 or 1832 (hard to see the M date code).
The seated queen and harp are assay marks for Dublin, Ireland.
The very first two marks are the maker's marks (illegible).
This bracelet has a current value of $235 to $250.00 retail.
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