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Jackson's Hallmarks epub ebook

by Ian Pickford

Jackson's Hallmarks epub ebook

Author: Ian Pickford
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Language: English
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Dist (January 25, 2007)
Pages: 172 pages
ISBN: 1851491287
ISBN13: 978-1851491285
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 936
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Since first published in 1991, Pocket Jackson's, as it is most often called, has enjoyed enormous success and is constantly rated as a best seller in the Arts & Antiques category. During the last twenty-three years important developments have taken place in the Hallmarking system.

I bought the Banister book because all of the makers' marks are included in one combined list, instead of separate lists for each assay office.

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Ever since its publication in 1905, English Goldsmiths and Their Marks, or Jackson's, has been the 'bible' for scholars, dealers and collectors, selling in hundreds of thousands.

Since first published in 1991 Pocket Jackson's, as it is most often called, has enjoyed enormous success and is constantly rated as a best seller in the Arts and Antiques category. During the last twenty three years important developments have taken place in the Hallmarking system.

Jackson's Hallmarks by ACC Art Books (Paperback, 2015). Brand new: lowest price. Ian Pickford was born and educated in London and is a Freeman of both the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and the City of London and a member of the panel of advisors on Antique Plate (Re: - Fakes and Forgeries) to the Goldsmiths Hall.

Ian Pickford was born and educated in London and is a Freeman of both the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and the City of London and a member of the panel of advisors on Antique Plate (Re: - Fakes and Forgeries) to the Goldsmiths Hall.

Pickford, Ian. Quantity in stock: 10. € . 9. Description for Jackson's Hallmarks Paperback. BIC Classification: WCR; WFL. Category: (G) General (US: Trade).

Jackson's Hallmarks by Ian Pickford. Pocket Ed. 417 Gold Markings on Jewelry & What They Mean. I had a wonderful conversation with a guest who was fascinated by the silver hallmarks on the cutlery and how to decipher them.

This handy-sized guide is drawn from the extensively revised edition of Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland , published by the Antique Collectors' Club in 1989. Ever since its publication in 1905, English Goldsmiths and Their Marks , or Jackson's , has been the bible for scholars, dealers and collectors, selling in hundreds of thousands. The Antique Collectors' Club revised edition contains approximately 15,000 marks, with over 10,000 corrections to the second edition published in 1921. This pocket edition contains complete cycles of silver marks for all the important Assay Offices, with variations shown for gold, platinum, Britannia Standard, import marks, etc., and has been updated to 1991 to include current assay marks. The Pocket Edition of Jackson's Hallmarks contains 1,000 makers' marks listed alphabetically by mark, with comments as to rarity, value and the speciality of the maker (e.g. spoons), making it the best available pocket guide to hallmarks. Other s
Reviews (7)
Sardleem
I have always been a little confused by the hallmarks especially the date letter, since to me, they can look similar to other ones from the wrong decade or century. This is a fabulous reference book for easily finding the silversmith, and when the person was in operation. Thus, the date letter is easily determined. I wish I bought this marvelous little book 20 years ago. It exceeded my expectations and I have already recommended it to others. The explanation of how the marks came about was also very informative.

Abywis
I have both the Judith Banister paperback called "English Silver Hallmarks" and Jackson's Pocket Edition, and I find the Jackson's easier to use and I think the drawings of the date letter marks are clearer in Jackson's. I bought the Banister book because all of the makers' marks are included in one combined list, instead of separate lists for each assay office. I do prefer the combined list in the Banister book, but Banister attempts to alphabetize the list by the maker's LAST name, which surprisingly makes it harder to use, since one mark can include several last name initials, and I don't know which one to look for. Jackson's, on the other hand, lists the marks by the FIRST initial of the mark, so there is no doubt where in the alphabet to look; but the maker you are seeking might not be shown at a particular assay office, and might be listed only in London.

Yar
I can't figure out how to read this + it says it's easy to understand.
It's like reading a foreign language + useless with my vintage jewelry collecting.
I'm disappointed or dumb.

Riavay
Very good reference book. Has great information and a lot of it. The author as I noticed is not a Bateman Silver fan. The seller UK Book Donors are great sellers. My order got lost and they offered me a full refund or to fulfill the order once another copy was available. It took a few months but it finally arrived yesterday!

Fearlesshunter
I'm new to jewelry collecting and slowly buying books to identify maker, origin, etc.
This was not expensive, so I can't complain, but it is of limited use for me. Book is in nice condition.

Kemath
Happy to carry with you when you are looking at British silver.

Samutilar
Got this for my sister and enjoyed using them while visiting her going through some old English silver

Great product!

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