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The two-letter inscription MB means a combined use of both brass M and Britannia metal B as base metals. The absence of any base metal designations means the use of brass as a base metal.
The M designation alone was never used at this period.
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Finally, the six-petal rosette probably means Special order or Special issue. If there is not enough space for marking, then the special small marks should be applied. In this period, Im dating the ice princess characters gosuperporch factory used in such cases the standard cutlery mark, namely, the ostrich image in rhombus.
This mark is discussed in detail in the im dating the ice princess characters gosuperporch paper on WMF cutlery marks.
Sometimes, the silvering mark is absent. That means, the item is made entirely of a base metal. Such mark contains again a three-letter WMF inscription with dots mostly or without, made with a sans serif font and put in a rectangular frame.
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In this case, the secondary marks are never used. This ostrich mark was developed to mark export goods made for France. It contains the image of a running ostrich inserted in the rhombus with a im dating the ice princess characters gosuperporch inscription WMF G, which in turn was placed inside a fully-dashed arch. The guide to dating curt teich postcards products with this mark are very rare. If the full mark of the item doesn t contain any silvering mark, that means the object is made solely of base metal.
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In both cases the plated metal is nickel. Next ostrich mark bears the image of a running ostrich set inside the rhombus with a two-line inscription WMF G, which in turn is placed inside a partly-dashed arch. This mark is a widespread one. A rarer and more recent variety with the ostrich making a larger step exists. The full mark uses numerous secondary markings, most of them older ones are applied in a rectangular frame.
The one-letter inscription B means the use of Britannia metal tin-based alloy as a base metal for silver deposition. The two-letter inscription BM means a combined use of both Britannia metal B and brass M as base metals. The one-letter inscription N means the use of nickel silver Neusilber or Alpacca in German as a base metal for silvering.
The one-letter inscription K means the use of copper Kupfer in German as a base metal for silvering. The absence of any base metal designation im dating the ice princess characters gosuperporch the use of brass as a base metal.
And those words are opposite of each other.
I'm Dating the Ice Princess
Is the author even serious about that? What the heck was that? Did she wear a make-up just like McDonalds? Coz if she did, I won't ask anymore. But if you picture her as a pretty woman, WOW. I want to know what make-up she's using. I'm gonna use it, too. Fifth, very unrealistic timeline and plot. She's sixteen if I remember correctly. And sometime in her past, she's a gangster. And that was exactly 10 years ago. How old is she then? Well, my math skills aren't that perfect but I can subtract and add.
And the result was 6! At 6 yrs old, she's already a gangster? I can't even remember what I'm doing when I was 6 yrs old!!! Highschool stuff is cheesy but I didn't really believe in their "romance". There's no further emotion aside from flirting. Yes, the words were there. The "I love you" and "I love you, too" stuff. But what I'm saying is that the words didn't justify the actions. I didn't see that in the story.
The romance was "pushed and made" when it should be "grown and nourished".