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Wilhelm Binder's maker mark for discussion

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    Wilhelm Binder's maker mark.. For discussion... I believe "Kenny" Wewelsburg" has hit on a great point here.. And worthy of different points of view... G
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    Guys, a lot of info can be found on the WWW, for example this buckle for years was known by a maker Mathias Kutz, where in reality the maker is Max Kamper as I discovered a couple of years ago
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    This Nottebohm was again unknown for a few years until this this turned up
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    Various other makers of all sorts
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    This is very interesting so I will try to do some research. It seems like Wilhelm Binder did silverware and then used what they called the "Floreat" trademark:
    Here is the symol with the word "Floreat", so it seems like the symbol is some kind of "F"

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    Scroll down and read, you maybe understand a little bit more then me about the symbol:
    ASCAS Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver - Newsletter #104

    Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index

    Floreat = Flourish in Latin... and it looks like Wilhelm liked flowers?

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    Hahaha I love that F.Herder had a symbol/mark with the name "Don Carlos"

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