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I have a egg warmer by Dixon,it is marked DIXON with a banner

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I have a egg warmer by Dixon,it is marked DIXON with a banner and bugle next to it,underneath is 1 064,below that is a 5pointed star and under that 40oz ,alos scratched onabove the stamp is 81907
Hello and Welcome to Just Answer, My name is***** am a Personal Property Appraiser and would be happy to assist you with your question.
Your Dixon and Sons antique silver-plated egg warmer would have been produced in the late 19th to very early 20th century(1890-1910) in Sheffield. In excellent condition your antique silver-plated egg warmer would have a retail antique shop value of roughly 70-85GBP. If you were to attempt to sell the piece yourself, a fair market or resale value would be closer to 45-55GBP assuming the egg warmer is in good shape overall. Any dents, dings, missing silverplate, or deep scratching would detract from the resale value of the antique egg warmer.
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