Information Regarding The Mauser Manufacturing Co.

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Re: Information Regarding The Mauser Manufacturing Co.

Postby dognose » Sat May 11, 2019 6:03 am

Frank Mauser & Co., silversmiths, of North Attleboro, Mass., have admitted into their firm Mr. Harvey Richards Franklin, a young man recently graduated from Yale. Mr. Franklin will travel for the firm, covering New York city and the east. Their other travelers are Mr. P. J. McArdle, covering the southern and part of the western territory, and Mr. P. H. Bettman, covering the remainder of the west and all of the northwest. This firm manufactures a general line of novelties in silver, comprising fine toilet goods, stationery, novelties, etc. They produce a peculiarly fine finish upon their goods, which are shown in many unique and original designs.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - November 1888

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Re: Information Regarding The Mauser Manufacturing Co.

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Mauser Mfg. Co. - New York - 1905

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Re: Information Regarding The Mauser Manufacturing Co.

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The Mauser Co. - New York - 1910

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Re: Information Regarding The Mauser Manufacturing Co.

Postby dognose » Tue Oct 08, 2019 4:03 am

Frank O. Coombs, one of the best known engravers in the Attleboros, suffered a serious and painful injury recently while descending a flight of stairs at his home on Park St. In some manner, he lost his balance and fell headlong the entire distance to the floor below, fracturing his left arm and dislocating his shoulder. He will be laid up for a good many weeks, and his detention from business will be keenly regretted by those who depend upon his exceptional skill. His work on souvenir spoons is known throughout the country.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 4th February 1903

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