Click on the links below to visit some of the websites associated with silver collecting.



Australian Heraldry Society 
The Australian Heraldry Society (formerly Heraldry Australia) exists to promote the study and enjoyment of heraldry in Australia. It encourages the correct use of heraldry in Australia.


Australiana Society
The Australiana Society encourages the research, collection and preservation of Australiana, items of portable heritage relating to or made in Australia.


The Assay Office, Birmingham 
Hallmarking of precious metals is still a legal requirement in the UK and in 2006  Birmingham Assay Office is the largest Assay Office in the World, handling over 12 million articles per year.


The Old Bailey
This resource can provide some insight into the relationship of silversmiths, their employees as well as those who were brought before the courts in England


Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver
It is a free online only association between collectors and lovers of antique silver. 


A Small Collection of Antique Silver and Objects of Vertu
This site is a 1000 pages richly illustrated website offering all you need to know about antique silver, sterling silver, silverplate, sheffield plate, electroplate silver, silverware, flatware, tea services and tea complements, marks and hallmarks, articles, books, auction catalogues, famous silversmiths.


Scott and June Martin’s Forum
A respected forum for discussion of silver matters.


The Resource Centre for Silver Collectors, Dealers & Appraisers


Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks


Makers' Marks on British Silver


Society of American Silversmiths
The Society of American Silversmiths is the go-to resource for anything related to the art and craft of silver-smithing.



The Silver Society (England)


The Silver Society of Canada


The New York Silver Society



W.J. Sanders (Silversmiths - Restoration)


Makers' Marks on British Silver

Makers' Marks on British Silver

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