This is the mark of Francis Howard, Ltd of Edinburgh, Scotland,and the Uk; fine silversmiths and retailers in business from 1870 to 1940. The symbol in the middle is a target with and arrow in the bullseye. The other mark means that the set is plated silver and not sterling. A set of 12 fish knives and forks in silver plate in a pattern that looks to be from the 1870 to 1890's, also when the fish sets were most popular, is valued at $175 to $225 resale.
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