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How to Value Silver Pieces of Serving Ware.?

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1. Examine your piece for clues to its composition and maker. The more you know about your serving ware, the easier it will be to research its value. Look on the underside for a maker's mark. This lets you know the manufacturer of your silver. Does
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Id say about 1500 dollars.
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It's a common date/mint, so it has to be uncirculated to have much more value than the silver in it. That's about $24. A dealer would pay no more than $20. The best you could expect
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