Silver Albert chain with fob medal 1920 Birmingham
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This is a lovely single sterling silver watch chain from 1920 making it nearly 100 years old. It comes complete with a later fob medal made by the famous Thomas Fattorini in 1935. The medal features a gold plated shield containing a winners cup. The chain is of graduating curb link construction and is hallmarked on each link with the passant lion for sterling silver and there is also a makers mark “W.W.C” on the center link, matching the T-bar. The T-bar hallmarks include the date mark for 1920, makers mark “W.W.C” and the passant lion for sterling. The clip is probably a later replacement as it’s not hallmarked, although white metal. This item is a lovely example of a silver watch chain with fob medal that is proving very popular with gentlemen today.
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|Dimensions||32.5 × 0.7 × 0.3 cm|
|Date of Manufacture|
William Walter Cashmore
Clip (Unmarked white metal), Fob medal (Maker mark – "T.F"; City mark – Anchor; Date mark – L; Sterling mark – Passant lion), T-bar (Makers mark – "W.W.C"; Date mark – v; Sterling mark – Passant Lion); Chain (Sterling marks – Passant lion on each link plus makers mark of "W.W.C" on centre link)