Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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American Silver Marks ~ Sterling & Coin Silver

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Johnston & Boullt Johnston & Boullt
Hagerstown, MD
Active c.1850, retailers



J&S
Johonnot & Smith
Windsor, Vermont
Active c.1815, William B. Johonnot (b.1766-d.1849) & unidentified (Smith).



J.B.Jones
John B. Jones & Co.
Boston, Massachusetts
c.1832-1834
John Belknap Jones & Samuel S. Ball. The "& Co." is actually a second stamp added to the end of Jones' earlier stamp.



Jones, Ball & Co
Jones, Ball & Co.
Boston, Massachusetts
1853-1855
George Bond Jones, Trueworthy M. Ball, Nathaniel C. Poor, and Seth E. Brown. Successor to Jones, Ball & Poor.



Jones, Ball & Poor

Jones, Ball & Poor
Jones, Ball & Poor
Boston, Massachusetts
1846 - 1853
Successors to Jones, Lows & Ball succeeded by Jones, Ball & Co.



Jones & Bally Jones & Bally
Binghamton, New York
Active mid-19th century. Jewelers, watchmakers, and silver retailers.



Jones, Lows & Ball Jones, Lows & Ball
Boston, Massachusetts
1839 - 1846
Successors to John B. Jones, succeeded by Jones, Ball & Poor (1846 - 1853)



J.S.B & Co Jones, Shreve, Brown & Co.
Boston, Massachusetts
c.1855 - 1860
successors to Jones, Ball & Co., predecessor to Shreve, Brown & Co. who became Shreve, Crump & Low in 1869.





J.Jones, MarketS John B. Jones
Boston, Massachusetts
(1782 - 1854)
Active c.1820s/30s, succeeded by J. B. Jones & Co. c.1838



ARJ
A. R. Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active c.1880-c.1935, manufacturing silversmiths; sterling and silverplate flatware and novelties. Retail outlet at 718 Chestnut St.



Justis & Armiger
Justis & Armiger
Baltimore, Maryland
Active 1878-1892, John C. Justis & James R. Armiger, retail silversmiths, jewelers & watchmakers. Succeeded by James R. Armiger Co.



Justis
William S. Justis
Baltimore, Maryland
(b.1801-d.1898) Active from c.1830, silverware, jewelry, & watches. Eventually became Wm. S. Justis & Son, wholesale jewelers and jeweler's supplies.



JWE J. W. E.
Location Unknown
Probably eighteenth century.


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