Unknown Marks D - K
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D & S Unknown mark found under a small pressed brass jardinière.
DM and a hammer unknown mark found under a Dutch copper kettle.
DM Co – unknown coppersmith mark on Australian or American copper tray.
Eclat unknown mark on table lighter.
'E' in a circle with 'Made in England', unknown, information welcome.
FAIB, unknown mark on copper tray.
GAD – unknown mark, it has been up for recognition for about ten years.
G under a hand , - Mike Glander, coppersmith, USA. Photo by Clive Lloyd.
Hand mark, unknown. Is this also Glander?
Jones Brothers & Co.,Ablow St., Wolverhampton.
GWG mark of unknown British coppersmith.
R. Greenlees & Co. mark on a tea caddy. The extra 'G' stands for Glasgow. 'G'
Entwined 'G & H' with a British registration number found under a copper pot. There are also the initials 'LD' at the top. Rd No 473871 of 1906 was issued to Samual Heath and Sons.
HS, HS mark on a pen tray with No. 392927 Trade Mark registered on 2nd July 1919 to Arthur John Seward, Birmingham.
MJH monogram for Matthew Hart & Sons see Marks H.
CJ initials with 'Handwerk' (handmade) on a Dutch copper dish. Further information welcome. (Ack Richard Kilbourne)
Kabyle This mark under a kettle made in Arabic style. The underneath is marked with Rd No 264447 of 1895 and trade mark of a crested shield quartered with BP&S initials surrounded by 'Established 1835 London'.