The Hall-marking of Jewellery Practically Considered

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C. Lockwood, 1882 - Assaying - 216 pages
 

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Excellent book reporting hallmarking in England at a pivotal time when the value of the practice was questioned. Google's presentation of this publication with the virtual linking of index to text makes this an easy to use, important reference.

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