American Silversmiths and Their Marks: The Definitive (1948) Edition
For serious connoisseurs of American gold and silver ware, this rich and definitive directory lists˙over 3,000 early American silversmiths, 1650-1850, and their identifying marks.˙It includes biographical details and˙shop locations whenever possible, plus maps of the great smithing centers˙(Boston, New York, and Philadelphia) and 226 photographs.
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