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

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Alphabetical Listing by Maker's Name
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Norton & Seymour Norton & Seymour
Syracuse, NY
Active c.1850 Benjamin R. Norton & Joseph Seymour

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William Nost Co.
Bronx, NY
c.1913-c.1925, makers of sterling holloware. William & Elis Nost, successors to Nost & Delisser.

F.Novick Falick Novick
Chicago, Illinois
Active 1909-1957 Maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts sterling and copper ware. Novick was first a silversmith at Kalo.

T.Nowlan Thomas Nowlan
Petersburg, Virginia
(d.1901)Active c.1850-1866, retail silversmith and jeweler. Succeeded by Nowlan & Co. of Richmond

Nowlan & Co
Nowlan & Co.
Richmond, Virginia
Active 1866-1926, Thomas Nowlan & Robert E. Macomber. Nowlan, the founder, retired in 1898 and was replaced by R.L. Winston, the firm went on until 1926. Retail jewelers and silversmiths.

Nowlan & Young
Nowlan & Young
Petersburg, Virginia
Active 1854, shortlived partnership of Thomas Nowland and James T. Young.
NOXON Martin Noxon
Edenton, North Carolina
(b.1780-d.c.1814) Active c.1800-1814, working silversmith, watch, clock and instrument repair.

Morillo Noyes
Burlington, Vermont
(b.1820-d.1907) Active c.1844-c.1880, partnerships: Vilas & Noyes (William R. Vilas) 1844-1848, M. Noyes & Co. (Horatio & Julius M. Noyes) 1848-1855. Retail silversmith, watchmaker & jeweler, later expanded to a full line of dry goods and is considered a pioneer recycler and supplier in Yankee peddling.

N&H Nussbaum & Hunold
Providence, RI ~ ca.1920
Short lived partnership of Walter Hunold, manufacturing jeweler.

F.Nusz Frederick Nusz
Frederick, Maryland
Active c.1818-1819, North Market St, watch, clock and instrument repair, jewelry & silver.


Stuart Nye
Ashville, North Carolina
Active 1933-Present, prolific maker of handwrought sterling jewelry with naturalistic (dogwood, pinecones, etc.) themes. Stuart retired in 1948, the firm has since been operated by the Morris family.

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