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Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
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Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Established in 1903 by Franz Scheurle at Schwäbisch Gmünd, originally to manufacture small articles of silver, most notably silver umbrella and cane handles, and later, in the 1920's, cigarette cases, powder boxes, etc. Franz Scheurle died in 1929 and the business passed to his son, Gerhard Scheurle. By the 1950's the company were producing many products including napkin rings, lipstick cases, pill boxes, bottles, plates, cups, thimbles, key rings and photo frames, and the 1960's saw the introduction of jewellery to the firm's manufactures. In 1972 Gerhard Scheurle passed the business to his son and son-in-law, Franz F. Scheurle and Christoph Boden, and it was they that re-branded the firm's name to Quinn.
Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd






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