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The first mark (KLD) is usually the brand manufacturer. Sometimes it may be the store brand (like SH) for Samuel Hill Jewelers … This makes no difference Seal hallmark of what can generally ignore it.

The next mark was an 'F', which is the letter of.

The following is a crown, which is the 'quality mark', which was introduced for 22ct gold, 18 carats and in 1798 and has been used since.

The 22 indicates the gold quality gold 22 carats.

The last mark is a shield, so I'm going to assume that was assayed in Chester UK. However, each Shield is slightly different.

Now, one of the major record companies is the way to the Hallmark. Sometimes they can be oval or square. Many times, with corners cut. These help with the Date letter 'F'.

The date letters come in batches of 20 and that change every 20 odd years (one letter per year). In order to identify them can sometimes be a capital – Othertimes lowercase. Here is where form comes in too. This is why I needed to know how old your Anuta was when she died. Most women do not get married until say 20. This will help in reducing up to the date range (ie, the lot of 20 cards).

Can I suggest that you Jewels ancient 20th century, where you'll find a free course of issue. You will learn to emails very easy to understand how the United Kingdom punches. This will ultimately reduce your search to around the 1950s – Tennis: 1956 Date letter is an 'F'.

No matter how careful the "SH" although, as is exactly the same upside down, ie: 'HS', which is a trademark of H Samuel, a senior jewelry chain in the street in the UK.

The earlier Samuel Hennell is SH also going to have to look at all the brands together and check overall shape for an exact date.

There is NO 22ct gold rings which should be scrapped unless extremely thin or worn.

The 'f' or foreign mark is a modern brand and should not be confused with the full seal of the United Kingdom.

There must always be a seal of quality for that amount in a ring purchased in the U.S. in the last 50 years. The 'C' with the circle is usually a copyright mark on the majority of signet rings. The 'A / C' has no meaning except the stamp of 'No.'.

The mark you describe could be a British record label. These marks were sometimes abroad the subject rather than the usual markings on the inside. It is difficult to agree, as there are many – the S could mean Sheffield or it could be a mark of Registration Month 1849. These usually found within a diamond or circle. You do not say if the ring is gold or silver. You can check your local library for a book on the Register of Trademarks British or jewelry brands. It is also the ring has a gemstone? If so, you can take it to a gemologist for further assistance.

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