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Marks of American silversmiths book. by Robert Alan Green.
He reissued and updated his father's book Makers of Early American Silver and published it as American .
He reissued and updated his father's book Makers of Early American Silver and published it as American Silversmiths and their Marks in 1927.
by Robert Alan Green. Publisher:Green, Robert Alan. 80 lbs. Related Subjects. Antiques & Collectibles Crafts & Hobbies. Select Format: Paperback.
Comprehensive guide to marks on early American silver, identified by silversmith. Harrison, New York: Robert Alan Green, 1970. Fine in lightly chipped dustjacket
Comprehensive guide to marks on early American silver, identified by silversmith. Blue cloth lettered in gilt, 180 pages, illustrated dustjacket. The book looks and feels new, with no names or other markings. The mylar protected dustjacket has a chip at the spine head which extends about a third of the way along the top of the rear cover, other light edgewear, light surface soil. Fine in lightly chipped dustjacket. Comprehensive guide to marks on early American silver, identified by silversmith.
His book is the standard reference work for antique silver. Stephen registered for the draft on June 5, 1918 but he did not serve. At the time he was working as an antique dealer at 598 Madison Avenue, and he was living in Freeport, New York on Long Island.
marks and hallmarks of American silver plate manufacturers and American and Canadian sterling silver, coin silver, solid . American silver plate and electroplated silver - alphabetical listing of makers: - ma-mh -. American Silverplate Marks Aa, Al Am, Az Ba, Bh Bi, Bz C D E F G H I J K L Ma, Mh Mi, Mz N O P Q Ra, Rn Ro, Rz Sa, Sl Sm, Sz T U V Wa, Wd We, Wz X Y Z. Literal Marks a - b - C - D - e f - g - h - I - j - k - L M - n - o - p - q - r - s t - u - V - w - X - y - z.
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Society of American Silversmiths, West Warwick, Rhode Island. Post images of silver holloware, flatware, and sculpture.
Ensko has compiled an exhaustive list of over 3,000 gold- and silversmiths working between the years 1650 and 1850. Biographical details and location of their shops are given wherever possible.