🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Anyone good with silver hallmarks? Unknown baluster sugar caster

aaron7

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Found this sugar caster in my travels and trying to identify it!

I looked at American, British and French hallmarks but didn't see these, unless I missed it.

Any ideas?
 

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Red-Coat

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Very nice.

The mark is for the M. Fred Hirsch Co. Inc. of Jersey City, NJ. They were in business from 1920 to c.1945 when they were succeeded the Fisher Silver Company. It’s a mark from the earlier part of their history... probably between 1920 and into the 1930s
 
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tamrock

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Good clean piece of silver. Worth more than melt value I'm thinking.
 
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