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TR silverware?

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    See the pics say what you think.
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    is there any markings to the reverse? if so could we see? maybe american bund items? who knows wait for more reply's.

    regards ewan

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    As noted by ewan ,any markings on the back???looks like they are aluminum?

    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Not necessarily 3rd Reich, as the swastika is straight, could possibly be Norwegian?

    Just a thought, a bit like the silverware that has the LAH monogram, most of it comes from a German shipping line from the 30's

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    Surprisingly enough they are English, silver, made in London in 1930 from the hallmarks on the rear, Mosley? Obviously someone with money was a supporter, wonder if they spent anytime on the Isle of Man.

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    The straight swastika was used by the English as a good luck symbol right into the 30's, They used in for the 1st World War war bonds too

    In fact I have a sweet tin with a straight one one each side. I've posted it on here somewhere, but i can't find it at the moment

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    Yes they picked that up from the Hindu's whilst serving in India, the Raj.

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