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What is this maker mark on silverplate?

Posted by justlinda (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 26, 12 at 18:11

Have a child's "Peter Rabbit" baby spoon with this mark on the back. I would like to know what this mark is so that I can search and find out who the maker is.

Any guesses?

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RE: What is this maker mark on silverplate?

How about showing the whole spoon? I don't know the maker's mark.....but I guess you are wondering about the era? There were a whole slew of Peter Rabbit kids forks and spoons....

RE: What is this maker mark on silverplate?

This is the whole spoon. I'm hazarding a guess that it is circa 1970, but really, I know diddly-squat. I checked out many of the Peter Rabbit cutlery and they all seemed to be marked Oneida, etc. This is one of the few that seems to have a pictorial maker's mark instead of a company name.

Just wondering if anyone has come across this mark or can put a name to it.

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