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American Silver Marks ~ Sterling & Coin Silver

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E. O. Zadek
Emil Oscar Zadek
Mobile, Alabama
(b.1842-d.1908) German emigre, arrived in Mobile in 1859. Active c.1861-1866, jeweler, watchmaker, silver retailer. Commander, with rank of Major, of the Mobile Home Guards during the Civil War.


Zadek & Caldwell
Zadek & Caldwell
Mobile, Alabama
Active 1866-c.1873, jewelers, watchmakers, silver retailers. Emil Oscar Zadek & ? Caldwell, successors to John Ayer L'Hommedieu, succeeded by E. O. Zadek & Co.


Zadek Jewelry Co.
E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
Mobile, Alabama
Active c.1882-1916, jewelers, watchmakers, silver retailers. Successors to E. O. Zadek & Co.


G.M. Zahm
Godfried M. Zahm
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
(b.1817-d.1895) Active from c.1838, silversmith & jeweler, although noted as retired, he is still listed as a jeweler in the 1892 directory.


H.L & E.J. Zahm
H.L & E.J. Zahm
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Henry L. Zahm & Edward J. Zahm, brothers, both trained under their older brother Godfried Zahm. Commenced business as 1866, watchmakers, jewelry and silver retailers.


Zahm & Jackson
Zahm & Jackson
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Active from c.1845. John W. Jackson & Michael Zahm, son of Godfried Zahm. Watchmakers, jewelry and silver retailers.


IZ Isaac Zane
Zanesville, Ohio
Active in the late 18th Century.


A.F. Zimmerman
Alfred F. Zimmerman
Warrensburg, Missouri
(b.1829-d.1902) Active from c.1855 in Harrisburg, PA, removed to Missouri in 1866, farmed, then returned to the jewelry business in 1872. Jeweler, optician & retail silversmith. Succeeded in 1897 by his sons in the Zimmerman Jewelry Co.


M. Zimmermann, maker, sterling
Marie Zimmermann
New York, NY
(b.1879-d.1972) Active c.1900-c.1940, superb Ats & Crafts metalsmith, created everything from enameled jewelry to sterling tea sets to massive bronze & iron gates.


Phil. Zoellner
Philip Zoellner
Portsmouth, Ohio
(b.1832-d.1906) Active from c.1857, watchmaker, jeweler & silver retailer. Succeeded in 1899 by sons' firm of Otto Zoellner & Brother.
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