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Franz Johann jr. -  Schwäbisch Gmünd Franz Johann jr. - Schwäbisch Gmünd
gold & silverware wholesale, silverware / gold- u.Silberwaren Großhandel, Silberwaren

Franz Johann jr. -  Schwäbisch Gmünd Franz Johann jr. -  Schwäbisch Gmünd                                                                                                                                                                
Felisch & Kirchheim - Springe/Deister (before Treptow/Berlin)Felisch & Kirchheim - Springe/Deister (before Treptow/Berlin) Felisch & Kirchheim - Springe/Deister (before Treptow/Berlin)
silverware maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Founded in 1873 in today Trzebiatow, Poland. D.R.G.M. stands for Deutsches Reichsgebrauchsmuster (Registered at German patent office).
Felisch & Kirchheim
Brinkmann Fr. - Düsseldorf Brinkmann Fr. - Düsseldorf
Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Frey F. & Co. - Pforzheim Frey F. & Co. - Pforzheim
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Frey F. & Co. - Pforzheim
Hintze Franz - Schwäbisch Gmünd Hintze Franz - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Fleitmann, Witte & Co - Schwerte i. Westfalen
Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Fleitmann, Witte & Co - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Fleitmann, Witte & Co - Schwerte i. Westfalen Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke AG - Fleitmann, Witte & Co - Schwerte i. Westfalen
Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau
silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau Bibus Frantisek & Sohn - Mährisch- Trübau
Neumann Fritz Metallwaren Fabrik - Solingen Neumann Fritz Metallwaren Fabrik - Solingen Neumann Fritz Metallwaren Fabrik - Solingen
fronded by Fritz Neumann in 1924. Succeeded by his sons Raimund and Detlef Neumann. At times, the Solingen-based company had a market share of between 70 and 80 percent for silver-plated ice cream cups.
Neumann Fritz Metallwaren Fabrik - Solingen
Gerber Fritz & Co - Görlitz Gerber Fritz & Co - Görlitz Gerber Fritz & Co - Görlitz and later Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Fritz Gerber & Co - Gorlitz/Schlesien c. 1910
F.R. Dennert & Co- Quedlinburg a. H. Metallwarenfabrik Union - Quedlinburg a. H. Metallwarenfabrik "Union" - Quedlinburg a. H.
successors to F.R. Dennert & Co     founded 1879
Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Metallwarenfabrik Union - Quedlinburg a. H. F.R. Dennert & Co- Quedlinburg a. H. Metallwarenfabrik Union - Quedlinburg a. H.


Knödler Friedrich - Schwäbisch Gmünd Knödler Friedrich - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Knödler Friedrich - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Bahner Franz - Dusseldorf Bahner Franz - Dusseldorf Bahner Fr. AG - Düsseldorf Bahner Fr. AG - Düsseldorf
Bahner Franz - Düsseldorf
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik: active 1895-1962. Succeeded by Mansfelder Silber in 1917    
MORE ABOUT FRANZ BAHNER
Bahner Fr. AG - Düsseldorf Bahner Franz AG - Düsseldorf
Läger & Co - Hanau Läger & Co - Hanau Läger & Co - Hanau Läger & Co - Hanau
Silver and Silverplate maker / Silber u. Metallwarenfabrik
Läger & Co - Hanau Läger & Co - Hanau
Forster & Graf - Schwäbisch Gmünd Forster & Graf - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik      c.1850-1984
Forster & Graf - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Floreat - Metallwerke AG - Stuttgart Floreat - Metallwerke AG - Stuttgart
Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Floreat - Metallwerke AG - Stuttgart Floreat - Metallwerke AG - Stuttgart
Mosgau Franz - Berlin Mosgau Franz - Berlin
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Mosgau Franz - Berlin
Falk Gebrüder - Pforzheim Falk Gebrüder - Pforzheim
Founded in 1897 by Friedrich (Fritz) and Heinrich Falk in Pforzheim. Initially, they produced enamelled sacred medallions, especially for the Central and South American market. Later they also produced Art Nouveau jewelery (relief brooches, pendants, amulets ...) based on designs by Fritz Falk and Adolf Schmid. In 1900, the Falk brothers exhibited at the World Exhibition in Paris. In 1904 Fritz Falk died and the business was successfully continued by Heinrich Falk. The company was dissolved in 1926, after the death of Heinrich.
Falk Gebrüder - Pforzheim
Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg Felsenstein & Mainzer - Nürnberg
Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Silverware maker / Silberwarenfabrik
Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd Ferner Eugen - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd 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 Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd Scheurle Franz later Scheurle Quinn  - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Foehr Eduard - Stuttgart Foehr Eduard - Stuttgart
(1835-1904) Purveyor to the King of Württemberg
Foehr Eduard - Stuttgart Foehr Eduard - Stuttgart Foehr Eduard - Stuttgart
Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe
Silverplate maker / Metallwarenfabrik
Founded in 1866 in Stuttgart by Jakob Schweizer. In 1872 Friedrich Wilhelm Quist (1831-1903) shareholder and manager of the firm moved the factory to Esslingen. After the death of Schweizer (1886) the company was bought by Quist and Robert Eisenmann working under the name Quist & Eisenmann. In 1890 Quist took the whole property of the company. FW Quist was succeeded in the property by his son Fritz Quist who continued to manage the firm until his death in 1951 (in 1936 the company was transformed in GmbH). In 1959 Gerd Quist, fourth generation of the family, entered in the management of the firm. After an unsuccessful attempt to take control of WMF the company went bankrupt in 1981. The trade name QUIST together with utility models, tools and machines have been bought by
Bayerische Metallwarenfabrik BMF - Nürberg.
Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe Quist F.W. - Esslingen a. Nahe: 1904 adv






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