I dislike having to intrude here but I must.
As to age, the monarch's head facing left could mean one of two things....
Victorian period - 1837 until the monarch's head was no longer used (except on special occasions) in 1890.
Or it could mean the incuse mark for George III used only Dec 1784 - July 1785.....very valuable pieces indeed, but after English ships had been to Australia, famous for kangaroos.
These monarch's heads were proof that the English duty tax on silver had been paid by the silversmith or his sponsor.
Is the monarch's head a man in an rectangle with canted corners or a woman's head.
Of course, as you know by now, the style of the date letter is important as well. The earlier the piece, the more valuable it is.
The style of sponsor (maker) initials are important to know as well as the initials. Some sponsors are more collectible than others so knowing this can change value.
In cases like this, it is impossible to give you date, sponsor or value without photos of the marks.
I would to like to give a complete answer to your question including these facts.
If you are having trouble sending photos, you can send via email.
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Please follow the directions exactly or they will not get to me.
Send the picture to ***@******.***
In the subject line put " Pictures for˜Doris in Antiques or Appraisals."
In the body of the message put, your user name and name.
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This method takes longer because the photos are sent to the Just Answer
techs who must forward them to me. It sometimes takes as long as 24 hours.
They will forward them to me and as soon as I get them I will contact you.
I look forward to your replies.