Retailer, Wholesaler, and Other Marks

Campbell to Cusack

Campbell & Wyman

Montgomery, AL  c. 1857-1859
John Campbell and Justus Wyman.

John Campbell

Boston, MA 1844-1859
Watchmaker and jeweler.

William Canfield & Son

Troy, NY 1842-1846

Carrington, Thomas & Co.

Charleston, SC  1871-1931
Founded by William Thomas, William Thomas, and Waring P. Carrington.  Watchmakers and jewelers.

Carter Bros.

Portland, ME 1872-1991
Abiel Carter and John William Dodge Carter, jewelers.

Otis G. Carter, Sr.

Norwalk, OH 1831-1854 and 1860-1901; Chicago, IL 1854-1860
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Carver & Williams

Lambertville, NJ 1850-1894
Dry goods merchants.

Wm. H. Cary & Co.

New York, NY 1837-1856
Fancy goods merchants and comb makers.

I.H. Cary & Co.

Boston, MA 1825-1832 and New York, NY 1827-1836
Isaac H. Cary and William H. Cary. Comb makers and fancy goods merchants.

Charles Caspar

New York, NY 1891-1895
Jewelry and silverware merchant.

Cassidy & Ball

Philadelphia, PA 1858-c. 1866

William W. Cassidy

Philadelphia, PA 1846-1874

Wyllis Catlin

Augusta, GA 1823-1843 and Jacksonville, IL 1843-1851
Was in the partnership of J. & W. Catlin 1823-1832. Jeweler.

B.M. Chamberlain & Son / Chamberlain & Son

Salem, MA  1871-1907

William H. Chapman

Norfolk, VA c. 1850 and 1870-1892 and Petersburg, VA 1854-1858
Was a partner in the firms of McCulley & Chapman 1854-1856 and Chapman & Gale 1876-1892.

Chase & Tripp

Brattleboro, VT 1856-1861
Benjamin K. Chase and Charles A. Tripp.

Benjamin K. Chase

Brattleboro, VT 1855-1861; Rutland, VT 1861-1877; and
Chicago, IL 1881-1899
Watchmaker and jeweler.

H. Chase & Son

Belfast, ME c. 1875-1897
Hiram Chase and son Fred T. Chase.

Hiram Chase

Belfast, ME 1849-1880

John Davenport Chase

Brooklyn, NY 1846-1893

Edward E. Cheney

Nashua, NH c. 1882-c. 1910

S. & T. Child

Philadelphia, PA 1848-1896
Brothers Samuel T. Child and Thomas T. Child, watchmakers and jewelers.  Samuel and Thomas retired in 1882 and the business was continued by their sons, Henry L. Child and George C. Child.  When Henry retired in 1896, the business continued under George’s name alone.

S.J. Child

Clyde and Danville, NY  c. 1854-1865

Elijah Chubbuck

Lockport, NY c. 1840-1870 and Manchester, MI c. 1873-1877

Clark, Coit & Cargill

New York, NY c. 1834-1836

The Clark-Sawyer Co.

Worcester, MA 1864-c. 1916
Founded by Thomas A. Clark and Stephen Sawyer.  House furnishings business

Benjamin S. Clark

Wilmington, DE  1838-1888
Jeweler.

Jerome A. Clark

Batavia, NY 1834-1885

Clarke & Dixon

Manchester, NH 1882-1884
Stephen Clarke and James Dixon

Charles J. Cleaves

Biddford, ME c. 1855-1902
Watchmaker.

William Stewart Cloyd

McKinney, TX c. 1860-1885
Watchmaker, jeweler, and gunsmith.

M. Cochenthaler

Montreal, QU 1877-1930s
Jeweler.

Cogswell & Weber

Milwaukee, WI 1866-1870
Manufacturing jewelers.

Asa C. Collier

Concord, MA c. 1845-1880

Kimball P. Colfax

New York, NY 1831-1854
Jeweler

John R. Compton

Rahway, NJ  c. 1850-1880
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Enoch Conklin / E. Conklin & Co.

New York, NY c. 1835-1838
In the partnership of E. Conklin & Co. 1835-1837, advertised independently 1838.

Cook & Goodman

Louisville, KY 1864-1869
Succeeded by Cook, Goodman & Co.

Cook & Jaques

Trenton, NJ 1871-1930s
E. Rezeau Cook and Samuel R. Jaques.  Watchmakers and jewelers.

Cook & Sloss

Louisville, KY  1871-1883
John W. Cook and Levi Sloss, jewelers.

Cooke & Son

Petersburg, VA 1833-1837
William Cooke and his son William A. Cooke.

Cooke & White

Norfolk, VA c. 1829-1833
William Cooke and Andrew White.  A branch was operated at the same time in Petersburg, VA, under the name of White & Cooke.

B. & J. Cooper

New York, NY  c. 1804-1819
Benjamin and Joseph Cooper, gunsmiths, military and fancy goods merchants.

William H. Cortelyou

New Brunswick, NJ c. 1850-1860
Watchmaker.

Aaron K. Cory

New Brunswick, NJ c. 1849-1851

Cowell & Hubbard Co.

Cleveland, OH 1879-1990s

Craft & Cutter

Indianapolis, IN 1870-1879
W. Harry Craft and H.P. Cutter, watchmakers and jewelers.

George Creamer

Poughkeepsie, NY c. 1842-1854
Jeweler.

Crooks & Metcalfe

Baltimore, MD 1893-1894

Charles August Wilkins Crosby

Boston, MA 1852-1894
Succeeded by C.A.W. Crosby & Son.

Francis Richard Crump

New York, NY c. 1842-1854
Watchmaker.

James W. Cusack

Troy, NY 1855-1896
Watchmaker and jeweler.