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Thanks BatmanBatman wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 2:14 pmI found one very similar to this about 3 years ago and had it id'd at an auction house, hallmarks were akin to what you have, eventually told it had George 111 bust on it, 22 carat gold, circa 1800. Now obviously yours won't be exactly the same but it might just give you a ballpark date.
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