Can a Jewelry item be listed if the maker's marks are too tiny or illegible to photograph?
If a stamped mark is incomplete or so worn it does not appear to be legible, clear photo(s) of the maker's mark still need to be provided in the Jewelry item listing.
The ability to photograph a good up-close of a maker's mark often depends on the type of camera or scanner being used. Professionals who primarily sell jewelry use scanners for images of maker's marks such as hallmarks and metal fineness marks.
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