Henry Estinghausen, of the Attleboro Jewelry Co., arrived home on the 28th inst. from a ten weeks’ trip to Balize, British Honduras, Jamaica, Venezuela and the islands of Barbados. He had excellent trade everywhere except in Jamaica, where the jewelers would not purchase American goods on account of their not being “Hall marked. ” as are goods of English manufacture.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 1st September 1897