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Rd 560560 EPNS

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Rd 560560 EPNS
Hello, An Rd number indicates the object was made in the UK. Rd means English Registry Number. The numbers 560560 stand for the year made, 1910. EPNS stands for Electro-Plated Nickel Silver, or silverplate which does not have a precious metal melt down value like sterling silver. If you would like to send images of the item, I will be happy to help assess the value for you. You can send photos at your convenience, and that does not cost extra. ~Nora
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The only items I do not assess for value are clocks, coins, watches, sewing machines, swords and firearms.