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Antique Silver Pendant with Unknown Red Stone from Germany

Hello from Canada! I am 58 and received this pendant (original chain was lost) from my grandmother in Germany when I was very young. It's probably from the 40s. I don't know what the red stone is. Can anyone enlighten me as to what the crown stamp and number is (hard to read the number, unfortunately) on the back? This has been in the family all my life, so any info on this would be amazing! Thank you for your help!

Category: 
Jewelry and Gemstones
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
Silver
Distinguishing marks: 
Crown stamped on back with number
Date Period: 
Earlier than 1950s, from Germany
Size and dimensions of this item: 
Small, approx 1 cm long (oval)
History: 
Gifted/sent to me in the 60s as a young child by my grandmother living in (West) Germany.
For Sale?: 
No
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Hard for my old eyes to make out the marking Smile But hallmarks on jewellery are generally quite small or abbreviated and need a physical appraisal by a Jeweler to identify the mark and stone properly. Numerical markings generally indicate the precious metal content, eg. a marking of 800 would be 80% silver.

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