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THE DIRECTORY OF ARTICLES ABOUT ENGLISH ANTIQUE SILVER AND ITS MARKS WRITTEN BY DAVID MCKINLEY

David McKinley devotes much of his time to researching the history of silversmithing in England with particular reference to hallmarking at the London office.
He writes for The Silver Spoon Club of Great Britain, The Silver Society and ASCAS website.
David McKinley is the author of the book THE FIRST HUGUENOT SILVERSMITHS OF LONDON.
Leopard's head mark
The Legal Position of The English Leopard
spoon, fake mote spoon, genuine mote spoon
Mote Spoon - A fraudolent conversion
Sterling maker's mark of Peter Harache I
A Reappraisal of the Marks Used in the Harache Workshop
a silver coffee pot with duty dodgers marks
The Background To "Duty Dodgers"
strainer spoon by William Lutwick struck with his mark and the lion’s head erased
An Intriguing English Spoon
George I tea caddy by John Chartier London c 1720-23
The Early History of The English Tea Caddy
'Good' English Coin of 1672
The Britannia Standard for Wrought Plate
Kitchen Pepper of 1731 by James Stone
Kitchen Peppers, Bun Peppers and Muffineers
Lighthouse Caster by 'CA' London 1693
The English Silver Caster
Hand punched marks on a salver by Robert Abercromby London 1740
The Introduction of Mechanical Marking by the London Goldsmiths' Company
Geo III Cream Jug by George Andrews London 1777
Fraudulent Use of London Hallmarks
Sterling mark of Peter Harache II (unregistered)
Further revelations concerning the Harache workshop
'double mark' 1782
The Double Mark Punch Used At The London Assay Office
Hester Bateman, London 1782 hallmark
Apprenticeship and Freedom for the English Goldsmith
spoons made between 1697 and 1720 by different makers
The Significance of Mote Spoon Piercing
the 'lion' mark
The Mystery of the Sterling Lion
table of date letters
The Date Letter on English Hallmarked Silver
Mustard Pot (unascribed) London 1770
Early English Mustard Pots
Duty Drawback Mark
The Duty and Exportation Marks On English Silver Plate
Lion passant mark
The Goldsmiths' Company of London's Sterling Standard
silver milk jug
The History of Early English Silver Tea Equipage
Leopard's head uncrowned
London Hallmarking on 19th Century Flatware



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