James C. Cole
Rochester, NH  1814-1865  
Silversmith and clockmaker.  Had a branch business in Somersworth, NH.
Ebenezer Cole
New York, NY  1818-c. 1830
Was in the partnership of Cole & Wood with Benjamin Wood 1821-1830.
John A. Cole
New York, NY  1840-1859  
The mark shown is from a spoon retailed by Cole.
Edward Coit
Norwich, CT  1825-1860  
Silversmith and jeweler.
Coit & Mansfield
Norwich, CT  1816-1819  
Partnership formed when Thomas Chester Coit and Elisha Hyde
Mansfield bought out the business of Judah Hart.
Cole & Clark
Great Falls, NH  c. 1865-1867  
Shubael B. Cole.
Henry Cogswell
Salem, MA  1845-1865
Henry Augustus Coe
New York, NY  c. 1840
Codding Bros. / Codding Bros. & Heilborn / Codding & Heilborn Co.
North Attleboro, MA  1878-1918  
Founded by Arthur, Edwin and James Codding.  Leo A. Heilborn joined
the company in 1891.  Incorporated c. 1897 as the Codding & Heilborn Co.
Makers of sterling souvenir spoons and novelties.
A. Cohen & Sons
Founded by Hyman J. Cohen.  A huge wholesale jewelry concern.  They wholesale sterling
and silverplated flatware and holloware under the trademark name Crosby.
Lysander Philetus Coe
New York, NY 1835-1850; Mohawk, NY 1850-1867;
Minden, NY c. 1870 and Amsterdam, NY  c. 1873-1876
Was in the partnerships of L.P. & S.E. Coe with Stephen Elsworth
Coe 1850-1867 and Coe & Tousley with Charles Tousley c. 1873.
Thomas Cohen
Petersburg, VA 1807-1808; Lynchburg, VA 1809-1814;
Chillicothe, OH 1814-1816; Belleville, IL 1817-1823; and
St. Louis, MO 1823-1860
Was in the partnership of Cohen & Stevens with Robert Stevens 1807-1808.
Clockmaker, watchmaker, silversmith, and jeweler.
Coe & Montgomery
Hartford, CT  c. 1840
Daniel Bloom Coen
New York, NY  1779-1805
Coe & Upton
New York, NY  c. 1840
John Coddington
Newport, RI  c. 1711-1743
L.P. & S.E. Coe
Mohawk, NY  1850-1867
Brothers Lysander P. and Samuel E. Coe.
Codman & Codman
Providence, RI  1904-1905  
A partnership between brothers Edwin Everett Codman and Frank Codman, sons of
longtime Gorham head designer William Christmas Codman.  Made handwrought
holloware in the style of Gorham Martelé which are highly sought after today.
Herbert Cockshaw / Herbert Cockshaw, Jr.  See Howard & Cockshaw  
Samuel Cockrell
Dumfries, VA  Before 1838; St. Francisville, LA c. 1838;
and Natchez, MS  1838-1893
Cockrell to Cole
Cockrell to Cole
1897 Codding Bros. & Heilborn Advertisement
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Thomas Chester Coit
Norwich, CT c. 1811-1819; Natchez, MS 1820-1832; and
New York, NY 1833-c. 1840
In the firms of Coit & Mansfield 1816-1819; Coit & Whittemore
with Edwin Whittemore 1830-1831; Clark, Coit & Cargill c. 1834-1836;
and Clark & Coit 1836-c. 1840.