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Do you have any photos of the set as well as the maker's marking you may be able to send? Hardy Bros produced both sterling and silverplate and I just wanted to make sure we we were dealing with the right composition as it would have a major impact on the value.
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Thank you very much for sending over those photos.
Your antique Hardy Brothers Tea Service is composed of silver-plate, and would have been produced circa 1906 in Birmingham, England.
The set which would have later been sold in Australia would have a current market value of between 75-85AUD in the current as is condition.
From the photos, there appears to be some minor scratching, but if there was any missing silver-plate or any denting or dings unseen in the photos, this would detract from the resale value.
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