Help ID an "Airborne" Spoon

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JamesLincs
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Help ID an "Airborne" Spoon

Postby JamesLincs » Sat Feb 23, 2019 6:01 pm

I have a 12cm long souvenir spoon with an "Airborne" emblem on it. Unfortunately I am very unfamiliar with non-British hallmarks and I can only seem to identify this item as potentially being German because of the "90" stamped on it. The hallmark seems to read as: S (or g) then "AM" and then "90". If anyone can tell me the maker, year and confirm it's place of manufacture, I'd be most grateful.

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Re: Help ID an "Airborne" Spoon

Postby oel » Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:39 am

“Pegasus is the defining symbol of British Airborne Forces 

The spoon is silver plated. AH in a rectangle with cut corners, I believe is a to me unknown Dutch silver plate mark. The 90 to indicate 90 gram of silver is used to plate 12 of the same spoons
https://www.925-1000.com/a_platenumbers.html
The letter S could be a factory code letter and of no great importance, made in the 1950ties.

Peter.

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Re: Help ID an "Airborne" Spoon

Postby JamesLincs » Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:04 am

Thank you!!


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