Age of these silver pieces?

testing123

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I bought both of these a little while ago. They appear to have some age to them, but no idea what timeframe we're looking at. They're silver (I don't recall if they're coin or sterling). There are no hallmarks of any kind anywhere on these. Does anyone recognize the country of origin, and the possible age? Thanks for any help you can provide.
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grasshopper

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Some cool items you have there. I unfortunately cannot help with ID but hope someone chimes in soon.
 
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MountOlymp

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I bought both of these a little while ago. They appear to have some age to them, but no idea what timeframe we're looking at. They're silver (I don't recall if they're coin or sterling). There are no hallmarks of any kind anywhere on these. Does anyone recognize the country of origin, and the possible age? Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Possibly french.??
I like to guess
 
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tamrock

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I'll take a stab and say those were possibly been made around the first quarter of the 20th C. To me they look as maybe they were made in Portugal or Spain, but could have also been made in Mexico or Peru ?? They're very nice pieces, but hard to be sure having no identifying marks.
 
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BuckleBoy

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I'll take a stab and say those were possibly been made around the first quarter of the 20th C. To me they look as maybe they were made in Portugal or Spain, but could have also been made in Mexico or Peru ?? They're very nice pieces, but hard to be sure having no identifying marks.
Silver forum (.925 forum) would get you the answer you seek. It’s free to register and post.
 
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