18th century Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks

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18th century Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks

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Dutch? Silver Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks
I need help please

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Re: 18th century Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks

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Crowned O, Kingdom of Holland (1807-1812) duty mark of 1807 (O = onbelast). Crowned E (étranger) import and duty mark French Empire (1809-1819). Crowned V, Kingdom of the Netherlands duty mark for foreign and other untaxed objects, used 1814-1893. CL maker's mark of Cornelis Littel, registered in Schoonhoven 14-10-1796 till around 1812. Town mark of Schoonhoven, four lions rampant facing left in square used 1805. M in square, year letter Schoonhoven for 1805.

Cornelis Littel; baptized Schoonhoven 02-08-1767, died Gouderak 19-09-1819. Cornelis was a silversmith and shop keeper in Schoonhoven. Cornelis married Schoonhoven 23-08-1807 with Elisabeth de Bruijn; baptized Bleiswijk 20-09-1767, died Gouderak 02-10-1836, daughter of Johannes de Bruijn and Petronella van der Pol.

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Waarborgholland, ˜Netherlands' Responsibility Marks since 1797, Zilversmeden van de Stad Schoonhoven by S. A. C Begeer, E. Hak & L. Linhart-du Cloux.
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Re: 18th century Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks

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You sir are a champ, I couldnt recognise the town mark for Schoonhoven in it.
Thanks again you earned yourself a photo of the item in question:

(26 x 18 cm)
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Re: 18th century Bag Bracket with pretty hallmarks

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P.S.
So it's not 18th century but it was pretty close
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