Last updated: 19/05/2022 16:34:41
Do you have a piece of gold jewellery and would like to know more information about it?
Gold-Traders has compiled a gold hallmark identification wizard to help decipher the markings that are stamped on your item.
Have a look at your piece of jewellery. If it was made in a country that adheres to the Convention on the Control and Marking of Articles of Precious Metals (otherwise known as the Common Control Mark), you should find a set of hallmarks / stamps. These markings will be pretty small, so you'll need a magnifying glass to see them properly!
Note: The following gold hallmarking identification wizard is supplied without warranty. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy, we offer no guarantees. This project is ongoing and it is acknowledged that there may be errors / omissions. Please contact us if you have any suggestions on its improvement.
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Have a look the symbols below, these identify where the piece of jewellery was assayed. Select the symbol that appears on your piece of jewellery.
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