Thomas B. Leavenworth
Buffalo, NJ c. 1849-1850, Detroit, MI 1850-1876; and
Central City, SD  c. 1880-1881
Leach & Davies
Utica, NY  1835-1840  
Ebenezer Leach and Thomas Davies.
Lebolt & Co.
Chicago, IL  1899-1983
Founded by J. Myer LeBolt as a manufacturing jeweler,
a silversmith's shop was added in 1912 and was later
managed by John LeBolt, the founder's son.  Makers
of handwrought sterling flatware and holloware.
Lebkuecher & Co.
Newark, NJ  1896-1918  
Founded by Arthur E. Lebkuecher, Frank A. Lebkuecher, and
Charles C. Wientge.  Went by the name Francis A. Lebkuecher & Co.
1912-1918.  Acquired by The Eleder Co. 1918 and by 1922 it had become the
Eleder-Hickok Co., although they continued to use the Lebkuecher mark.  Eleder-Hickok merged
with the Matthews Co. to become Hickok-Matthews Co.  Makers of sterling holloware and novelties.
Samuel Waters Lee  (b. 1795  d. 1861)
Providence, RI 1815-1819 and Rochester, NY 1822-1851  
Was in the partnerships of Burr & Lee with Ezekiel Burr
1815-1819 and Scofield & Lee with Salmon Scofield in 1822.
Almon Leach
Utica, NY  1850-1880  
In the partnership of Hawley & Leach with Horace Hawley 1853-1856 and then in the
firm of Leach & Bennett with L.M. Bennett 1856-1858.  The mark to the right is from
a spoon retailed by Leach.
Leach & Bradley
Utica, NY  1832-1835  
Ebenezer Leach and Horace S. Bradley.
Gideon Howard Leeds
Philadelphia, PA  1840-1842
Leach & Bennett
Utica, NY  1856-1858  
Almon Leach and L.M. Bennett.
Joseph Lee
Lancaster, SC and Camden, SC  1774-1814
Lee & Bro.
Buffalo, NY  1852-1857  
Charles Timothy Lee and Oliver Lee.
LBS Co.   See Lawrence B. Smith Co.
F. Walter Lawrence
Newark, NJ and New York, NY  1889-1929  
Maker of handwrought sterling flatware, holloware, and jewelry, F. Walter
Lawrence also retailed sterling wares made by others and added his mark to theirs.  Two cousins joined in
him 1913, the company was incorporated, and the letters "Inc." were added from that point forward to
Lawrence's mark.
Ralph Lauren
1995-Present  
Sterling and stainless flatware made by license agreement for the
famous fashion designer.  See
flatware patterns.
William Lawler
St. Louis, MO 1842-1846; New Orleans, LA 1846-1854;
and San Francisco, CA 1854-1881
Martin M. Lawrence
New York, NY  1832-1840
Lee & Wilkinson
Mansfield, OH  1864-c. 1875
John A. Lee and Edward Wilkinson.
Latimer to Leeds
Charles Leach
Boston, MA  1789-1792
John Leacock
Philadelphia, PA  1751-c. 1782
James E. Latimer
Philadelphia, PA  1813-1822
Latimer to Leeds
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