Moore & Leding
Washington, DC 1881-1899 Jewelers. Moore & Leding designed several
souvenir spoons which bear their name and were made by Gorham.
Brooklyn, NY 1858-1913 Jeweler.
Los Angeles, CA 1887-1935 George A. and James A.
Montgomery. Manufacturing jewelers, they designed several
souvenir spoons which were made by Gorham.
Curtis J. Monson
New Haven, CT c. 1847-1889 Jeweler.
Moody & Kuner
Vicksburg, MS 1855-1863
Successors to Downing, Moody & Co.
Samuel & Jacob Myers
Boston, MA 1856-1880 Wholesale jewelers.
Morsman & Feagans
St. Paul, MN 1905-1907
Morck & Kirkberger
Warren, PA c. 1897-1908
S.F. Morrill & Co.
Concord, NH c. 1864-1875 Samuel F. Morrill.
John B. Morris
Cincinnati, OH 1863-1878
George A. Mudge
Boston, MA 1858-1872 Worked as G.A. Mudge & Co. 1858-1868
Was in the partnership of Mudge & Sanborn with Marshman Sanborn
New York, NY 1839-1849
Was in the partnership of Moelich & Pachtmann 1839-1843.
Jacob L. Mussina
Williamsport, PA 1830-1866 Mussina established the Repasz Band,
which is the oldest brass band in the U.S. still in existence.
John H. Morse
Peoria, IL 1844-1875 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Guy C. Munsell
Greenfield, MA 1830-1850
Moelich to Myers
Moelich to Myers
Robert E. Murphey
Philadelphia, PA 1848-1859 Was in the partnership of
Voute & Murphy 1856-1858.
H.C. & G.H. Murdock
Winchendon, MA c. 1866-1867
Philadelphia, PA 1855-1873 Succeeded by H. Muhr's Sons.
Rochester, NY c. 1855-1900 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Ozial Hastings Moses
Peekskill, NY c. 1852-1855; Clarksville, TN 1859-1860;
Fond du Lac, WI c. 1868-1872; and Chicago, IL c. 1877-1904
Jeweler and watchmaker.
Murray Jewelry Co.
Dayton, OH 1891-1897
Charles A.B. Munroe
Boston, MA c. 1841-1872 Manufacturing and retail jeweler.