German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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ALBERT ROSENHAIN

Leipzigerstrasse 73-74, Berlin


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Albert Rosenhain - Berlin - 1902

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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HANSEATISCHE SILBERWARENFABRIK - (Hanseatische Silberwarenfabrik, Brinckmann, Lange and Co.)

Bremen


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Member Bahner wrote:

The "Hanseatische Silberwarenfabrk" was actually called "Hanseatische Silberwarenfabrik, Brinckmann, Lange and Co" (in short: HSF) and was founded by said two Bremen jewellers Brinckmann and Lange. Is seems that Wilkens through its subsidiary BSF helped finance the company. The HSF was registered in early 1925 but production of flatware did not start until October 1926, when construction of the production facilities was finished. Between 1930 and 1933 the HSF cooperated with Wilhelm Binder and had its name changed to Hanseaten-Binder. In 1933 the name was changed again to "Hanseatische Silberwarenfabrik GmbH". The mark all the time was "HS" ligated. Finally the HSF was fully absorbed into Wilkens. Currently it is unclear when this happened. Some say in 1937, other say in the 1960ies.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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HENNIGER & Co.

Berlin, Leipzig, Breslau, Hamburg, Dresden, and Magdeburg


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Henniger & Co. - Berlin - 1898

Example of the work and marks of Henniger & Co.:

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Established in 1824.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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KARL THOMAS

Munich


The Burglary at Munich.—Frank Bailey, alias Frank Buck, and William Davis, alias Billy Porter, were brought up on remand last month at Bow Street, under the Extradition Acts, charged with breaking into the shop of Mr. Thomas, jeweller, at Munich, and stealing therefrom money and property to the value of 96,000 marks.—Mr. Besley appeared for Davis, Mr. Gill for Bailey, and Mr. Mead supported the application for the extradition of the prisoners—Mr. Besley called James Collins, the uncle of Davis, to prove that the marriage of the parents of the prisoner took place in Cork. The object of this was to show that Davis was of British nationality, the contention of the prosecution being that both prisoners were Americans. If Davis is a British subject, by the treaty obligations Sir James Ingham has no power to surrender him to the German authorities. Both prisoners were remanded.

In reference to the above case, Chief Inspector Neame, was summoned before Mr. Vaughan to show cause why certain jewellery, value £150, should not be delivered up to Karl Thomas, jeweller, of Munich. Mr. Goldberg appeared for the complainant. Since an order for the extradition of the prisoners was made by Sir James Ingham, the prisoner Porter has appealed to the Court of Queen's Bench, and obtained his release, on the ground that, having been born at sea, on an English vessel, he was an English subject, and as such could not be delivered up to the German Government for trial in that country. The appeal was successful, and Porter is now at liberty. The property in question was found by Sergeant Froest and Sergeant Leach, of Scotland Yard, in the prisoner's possession. It consisted of manufactured jewellery, which was being worn by the prisoner's wife, and rough diamonds, which were found loose in the prisoner's hat-box.—Mr. Apps, who appeared for the prisoner, did not object to giving up certain articles sworn to by Sergeant Leach as being part of the proceeds of the burglary, but he did as regarded other articles of jewellery found in the prisoner's possession.—Mr. Vaughan ordered the property sworn to as part of the proceeds of the burglary to be given up to the prosecutor.


Source: The Watchmaker, Jeweller and Silversmith - 1st November 1888

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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FRANZ BAHNER

Düsseldorf


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Franz Bahner - Düsseldorf - 1901

An example of the work of Franz Bahner:

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Franz Bahner - Düsseldorf - 1908

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Franz Bahner - Düsseldorf - 1908

Established in 1895.

Franz Bahner was the grandson of the silversmiths Peter Anton Bahner, the son of Anton Franz Hubert Bahner, and the brother of Anton Bahner Jun., Wilhelm Bahner, Louis Bahner and Peter Bahner.

The firm of Franz Bahner later became part of Mansfelder Silber.

See: http://www.925-1000.com/Fgerman_marks_a1884.html

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

Postby dognose » Thu Jan 28, 2016 5:28 am

PATENT-BESTECK-WERKE G.M.B.H.

Berlin


IMPROVED TABLE KNIVES

The knife shown in the cut is believed by the manufacturers to represent such a marked advance in the methods of manufacture of these articles as to cause a revolution in the cutlery trade. This knife is made without a crop, and the method has been patented in practically all countries.

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As will be noticed in the cut, the blades are fixed by means of two wedges forced into a turned steel socket, the upper part of which is formed as a crop to balance the knife. This turned steel socket is soldered in the hollow handle of the knife, which may consist of steel, German silver or any other metal. The illustration shows very plainly the different parts. They are: the blades 'a', the turned steel socket 'b' and the wedges 'c', and the handle. One of the great advantages of this knife, the manufacturers state, is that it is absolutely free from edges and corners and therefore can be kept clean at all times. The prime feature of the blade is that it is absolutely unmovable in the handle, while the blades made in the old fashion are fastened into the handles by the means of some kind of cement which becomes loose in hot water. The name of the patent holders of this process of knife manufacture is: The Patent-Besteck-Werke G.m.b.H., Berlin,. Germany, and the United States representative of this firm, is Charles Goethe, 1184 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Source: The Metal Industry - December 1913


U.S. Patent:

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The inventors were recorded as Hermann Wassmund, Arthur Müller, Ernst Müller

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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HUGO PINCUS

Hannover


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Hugo Pincus - Hannover - 1907

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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JULIUS HERZ

Wiesbaden


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Julius Herz - Wiesbaden - 1907

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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F. ZACHER & Comp.

Joachimsthalerstrasse 10, Berlin


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F. Zacher & Comp. - Berlin - 1907

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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EAST-PRUSSIAN AMBER INDUSTRY

Prager Strasse 33, Dresden


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East-Prussian Amber Industry - Dresden - 1907

Established 1888.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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MAX DANNHORN

Kohlenhofstrasse 60, Nürnberg


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MD - A hunting horn hanging from a tree

The business of Max Dannhorn was established in 1872. The business was taken over in 1921 by Gebrüder Bing.

The firm of Max Dannhorn was incorporated on the 7th September 1897 as Nuernberger Metallwarenfabrik vormals Max Dannhorn A.G.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

Postby dognose » Sun May 08, 2016 2:26 pm

WALTER & BREUKER

Bahnstrasse 31, Düsseldorf


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Walter & Breuker - Düsseldorf - 1903


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Walter & Breuker - Düsseldorf - 1904

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

Postby dognose » Wed May 11, 2016 12:40 pm

HUMBERT & HEYLAND

Berlin


Established in 1820.

Noted as exhibitors at the Centennial International Exhibition of 1876, held at Philadelphia, where they displayed a set of twenty-one pieces of solid silver, in imitation of that found at Hildesheim. The originals were supposed to have belonged to a Roman general, and to have been buried by him when the invasion of Germany took place. The German government paid $200,000 for the originals that were found a few years earlier, and placed them in the Berlin Museum.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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HEINRICH RAUSCH

Düsseldorf


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Besteckfabrik Hch. Rausch - Büderich bei Düsseldorf - c.1950


An example of the work and mark of Heinrich Rausch:

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Established in 1933.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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JOHANN FRANZ Jr. SILBERWARENFABRIK

Schwäbisch Gmünd


An example of the work and mark of Johann Franz Jr. Silberwarenfabrik:

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The company were in business from 1892 until 1988.

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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JOHANN BECK

Schwäbisch Gmünd


An example of the work and mark of Johann Beck:

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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JOHN WOHACK

Zeil D., 214-215, Frankfurt am Main


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John Wohack - Frankfurt am Main - 1844

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John Wohack - Frankfurt am Main - 1845

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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J. SPELTZ

105, Rossmarkt, Frankfurt am Main


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J. Speltz - Frankfurt am Main - 1844

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J. Speltz - Frankfurt am Main - 1845

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

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V.F. BERNOULLY

Corner of the Steinweg and the Guard, E 214, Frankfurt am Main


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V.F. Bernoully - Frankfurt am Main - 1845

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Re: German Adverts and Information (Not Pforzheim or Hanau)

Postby dognose » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:34 am

LANDAU & WEISWEILER

Zeil, opposite the Turkenschuss, Frankfurt


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Landau & Weisweiler - Frankfort - 1844

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