Retailer, Wholesaler, and Other Marks

Merrick to Myers

Merrick, Walsh & Phelps

St. Louis, MO  1879-1901
Founded by Harrison H. Merrick, William Walsh, and H.W. Phelps as successors to Merrick & Walsh. Incorporated in 1894 as the Merrick, Walsh & Phelps Jewelry Co.  Acquired by Mermod, Jaccard & Co.

Merrill & Barr

Nashua, NH 1844-1854 and 1858-1864
Mark W. Merrill and John N. Barr. Dry goods merchants

Merrill & Quinby

Portland, ME 1855-1856
Jonathan A. Merrill and Henry C. Quinby, fancy goods merchants.

Ralph Smith Mershon

Philadelphia, PA 1861 and Zanesville, OH c. 1862-1889
Was in the partnership of Jones & Mershon with George A. Jones 1864-1872.  Succeeded in 1889 by Bauer Bros.  Watchmaker and jeweler.

Meyer & Lopez

St. Louis, MO  c. 1857-1868
Solomon Meyer and Simon Lopez.
Wholesale jewelers.

Max Meyer & Bro.

Omaha, NE 1869-1896

Meyran & Siedle

Pittsburgh, PA 1869-1873
Charles Meyran and Reinhold Siedle.

W. & J.C. Michie

Cincinnati, OH 1868-1874

Henry F. Miller

Providence, RI  c. 1849-1856
Succeeded his father, Edward F. Miller.  Miller would go on to form Miller & Sons, a famous piano making company.

John A. Miller

Paducah, KY c. 1869-1881
Jeweler and watchmaker.

W.H.C. Miller & Co.

Chicago, IL c. 1860-1871
Manufacturing jeweler.

Louis Moelich

New York, NY 1839-1849
Was in the partnership of Moelich & Pachtmann 1839-1843.

Curtis J. Monson

New Haven, CT c. 1847-1889

Montgomery Bros.

Los Angeles, CA 1887-1935
George A. and James A. Montgomery.  Manufacturing jewelers, they designed several souvenir spoons which were made by Gorham.

Moody & Kuner

Vicksburg, MS 1855-1863
Successors to Downing, Moody & Co.

Noah Moody

Greenfield, MA  c. 1850-1865
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Moore & Leding

Washington, DC 1881-1899 Jewelers. Moore & Leding designed several souvenir spoons which bear their name and were made by Gorham.

Jacob Morch

Brooklyn, NY 1858-1913

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

John H. Morse

Peoria, IL 1844-1875
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Morsman & Feagans

St. Paul, MN 1905-1907

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.

Mark Moulton

Rochester, NY  c. 1871-1900
Watchmaker and jeweler.

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 1869-1872.

Henry Muhr

Philadelphia, PA 1855-1873
Succeeded by H. Muhr’s Sons.

Charles A.B. Munroe

Boston, MA c. 1841-1872
Manufacturing and retail jeweler.

Guy C. Munsell

Greenfield, MA 1830-1850

H.C. & G.H. Murdock

Winchendon, MA c. 1866-1867

James R. Murdock

Woodstock, VT  1863-1915
Was in the partnership of J.H. Murdock & Son with James H. Murdock 1863-1870.

Robert E. Murphey

Philadelphia, PA 1848-1859; Chicago, IL c. 1861; and Lancaster, WI c. 1861-1900
Was in the partnership of Voute & Murphy 1856-1858.

Murray Jewelry Co.

Dayton, OH 1891-1897

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.

Samuel & Jacob Myers

Boston, MA 1856-1880
Wholesale jewelers.