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Composition Pewter is a metal alloy consisting of at least 90 percent tin and a mix of other metals like copper, bismuth and antimony as hardeners.

Lead Content Lead was once a major component of pewter but it has been banned as an ingredient for many years.

The Initials could be an early Inspector’s marks but are also unusual, in being 4 and well stamped by the maker.

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Glasw 66 (1866 Glasgow) as for Tree (myth – ring, salmon, etc).

Crown over VR over 226 indicates Glasgow (another verification mark another year) R T Galbraith pewterer Glasgow. The small symbol is not understood other than known to be used by Pewterer William Hogg of Newcastle (1780-1815).

SOME 1870-1900 STEIN LIDS ARE MARKED 90% ON THE SHANK., MEANING ONLY 10% OF THE MIX WAS NOT TIN! THE GERMANS MADE 100’S OF FAKES IN THE LATE 1800’S AND VERY EARLY 1900’S TO MET THE NEW DEMAND IN THE USA AFTER SEVERAL BIG PEWTER DISPLAYS WERE HELD HERE.

WHAT SOME VERIFICATION MARKS MIGHT MEAN AND HOW TO What is a drinking mug?

THIS IS A BEGINNERS GUIDE; WITH THE INTENTION TO ENTHUSE THOSE, WHO HAVE LOOKED AND WONDERED, INTO TAKING AN INTEREST IN PEWTER COLLECTING – FOR A MORE SOPHISTICATED AND DETAILED UNDERSTANDING PLEASE CONSIDER THE READING LIST IN THE READING SECTION OF THIS WEB SITE’ Checking the Hall Marks with the Pewter Society data base we find these hallmarks represent the firm of Bolton and Wylde who traded from the Pepper Mill in Wigan from 1822 to 1835. But there are no verification marks so either it was made for a private owner who did not need it verifying (official recognition of the capacity it holds) or it was pre-imperial - that is before 1826.

So it is a Wigan Half Pint Mug made round about 1829 by the firm Bolton and Wylde.

Taking a look at other Mugs and Measures which have marks – 8 Gills – scarce Scottish Capacity Mark.