Silverplate Marks

Lady to Lyons

Lady Beautiful Silver Plate

A trade name of the National Silver Co.
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Lady Betty Silver Plate

A trade name of International Silver.
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Lady Doris Silver Plate

A trade name of International Silver.
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Lady Jane Silver Plate

Flatware with this backstamp was made by International Silver for the Kresge Co. (which became the Kmart Corp.)
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Lakeside Brand

Flatware made by various manufacturers for sale by Montgomery Ward & Co.
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L’Allemand Mfg. Co.

New York, NY 1893-1895
Successors to Stix & L’Allemand.

Lamson & Goodnow / Lamson, Goodnow & Co. /Lamson & Goodnow Mfg. Co. / LongCap Lamson Products, LLC

Founded by ? Lamson and Abel Goodman. Organized as the Lamson Goodnow Mfg. Co. c. 1860 in Shelburne Falls, MA; renamed LongCap Lamson Products, LLC in 2016. Primarily a cutlery company.

Lancaster Silver Plate

A trade name of International Silver.
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Lancaster Silver Plate Co.

Lancaster, PA  1889-1909

Landers, Frary & Clark

New Britain, CT  1862-1965
Began in 1842 as the firm of Dewey & Landers with Josiah Dewey and George Landers as partners making cupboard latches and furniture casters.  The firm dissolved in 1847 and Landers formed the Landers & Smith Mfg. Co.  Frary, Clark & Co of Meriden, CT was acquired in 1862 and the name was changed to Landers, Frary & Clark; a flatware line was added at that time.  The company was well known for their household appliances under the trade name Universal.  They became best known as a cutlery manufacturer, making sterling and silverplated flatware, mother of pearl handled flatware, and silverplated holloware.  Flatware production was discontinued around 1950.
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Lashar Silver

A trade name of Holmes & Edwards (later International) for a line of white metal goods.
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L.B. Silverware Co.

St. Louis, MO 1893-1912 A mark of the St. Louis Silver Co.

Ledig Mfg. Co.

Philadelphia, PA 1892-1896

A. Ledig & Son

Philadelphia, PA  1874-1890
Succeeded by Ledig & Way.

Lehman Brothers Silverware

New York, NY 1927-c. 1973

Lenox Silver Plate

A trade name of Wallace Silversmiths.
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Leonard Mfg. Co.

Chicago, IL c. 1892-1899

Leonard, Reed & Barton

Taunton, MA 1837-1847
Succeeded by Reed & Barton.

Leonard Silver Manufacturing Co.

Boston, MA  1969-Present
Founded by Leonard Florence who later went on to take over the Towle Mfg. Co. and found the Syratech Corp.  Leonard Silver became a subsidiary of Towle in 1977.

Lesco Silver Co.

A trademark of the Levine Silversmith Co. of New York, NY, in business c. 1927-1931.
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Linton Silver Plate

A trademark of Oneida Silversmiths.
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Lippiatt, Maltby & Morse

New York, NY 1869-1870

Lippiatt Silver Plate and Engraving Co.

New York, NY  1870-1872

Liquid Carbonic Corp.

Terre Haute, IN 1888-Present
The Liquid Carbonic Corp. is a manufacturer of industrial gasses, and was the principal supplier of carbon dioxide-making equipment to make soda water for soda fountains and ice cream parlors.  They became a chief supplier for all things related to soda fountains, including flatware.  Flatware with the Liquid name was made by a variety of manufacturers and was discontinued when the soda fountain division was closed in 1926.
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L.A. Littlefield Silver Co.

New Bedford, MA 1905-1909
Organized by L. Arthur Littlefield in 1905. Became a part of the
Rockford Silver Plate Co.

L. Arthur Littlefield

New Bedford, MA 1888-1905

Lunt Silversmiths

Listed under Silversmiths.
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Luxor Plate

A trade name of Wallace Silversmiths.

Lyons Silver Co.

A trademark of the Manhattan Silver Plate Co., used 1889-1905.