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What Is A 926 Silver Mark

A 926 silver mark on silver denotes the amount of silver in jewellery. It means sterling silver has 926 parts in 1000 as the standard of fineness. The hall marking act was introduced to Britain in 1973 and made Britain a member of Vienna Convention.
Popular Questions
What is a mint mark on a silver dollar?
A mint mark indicates where a coin was minted. Blank or P for Philadelphia, D for Denver, S for San Francisco, O for New Orleans, and CC for Carson City. On Eisenhower dollars, the mark is on the front just below Ike's neck. On Peace dollars, it's on  wiki.answers.com
What do these nickel silver trade marks (M&R.S. N.S. signify?
Depending on what it looks like, it could be Mitchell and Russell - http://www.silvercollecti. on.it/E.  www.quora.com
What is the mark for solid silver?
Genuine sterling silver bears the stamp "925" which is usually found in an  www.chacha.com
What could a Silver dollar dated 1888 and marked cc be knowing it's not an Asian fake because of it being in possession for over 70years?
Sadly, the coin is a very old fake. The Carson City Mint struck no coins in 1888 so the date as been altered or the Mintmark has been added, I can't see the coin to make an assessment as to which has been done, so I suggest finding a dealer or  wiki.answers.com
What might be the Value of an 1882 silver lady liberty 1 dollar coin with an s mint mark?
It's called a Morgan Dollar not a lady liberty dollar. The 1882-S is a common date/mint Morgan, circulated coins are valued at $17.00-26.00.  wiki.answers.com
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