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What makers mark two crossed swords with d and b on the handles of swords is?
Asked in Britain in WW2, Ceramics and Pottery
What makers mark two crossed swords with an o or zero between the pointed end of the swords?
Asked in Arts and Crafts, Ceramics and Pottery
What ceramic makers used pl with crossed swords as a ceramic mark?
Asked in Black Powder Guns
What gun maker mark has two crossed swords handles up with a three point crown between handles?
Not sure without seeing the mark - but it sounds as if you might be describing a proof mark, rather than a maker's mark. The standard proof mark for black powder shotguns made in Britain and proofed at Birmingham featured crossed somethings (I'm not sure they're swords, but they look something like swords) with a crown at the top between the ends. As a standard shotgun proof mark it should have the letters B P C between the crossed items, in the gaps other than the one with the crown. This mark also appears just with a V opposite the crown, as a view mark, indicating the gun was inspected at the Birmingham proof house.