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Silver and Flatware/Identifying spoons


William Wallace wrote at 2008-10-01 18:04:59
The maker is Joseph Rodgers & Sons of sheffield.

J R & S used the crown symbol for silver plated cutlery, and N.S for nickel silver.

eleanor wrote at 2009-10-16 02:29:26
if the jr is in an oval it is likely john roberts and son silver plate (the bp is for british plating which later became electro plating)

eleanor wrote at 2009-10-16 02:32:20
joseph rogers and son bought out john roberts and son...  they used a square around the jr, as opposed to the oval around the jr for john roberts and sons

Dave wrote at 2014-03-31 15:35:55
Hi JR & S is probably John Round & Sons.



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I can answer questions about silverplate flatware: how to identify patterns, how to estimate value, and how to do further research on your collection. I can`t answer questions about silver tea sets, candlesticks, plates, bowls, dishes, platters, ornaments or other silver collectibles.


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