The English Provincial Trade - Southern England

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A. WINSER

37, Preston Street, Brighton


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A. Winser - Brighton - 1858

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JOHN BACON

4, King Street, Dover


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John Bacon - Dover - 1861

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John Bacon - Dover - 1875


Successor to Thomas Mummery. Established in 1807.

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W. CHALLEN

65, Kings Road, Brighton


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W. Challen - Brighton - 1858

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E. HOLBORN

44, Norman Road and 4, London Road, St. Leonards


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E. Holborn - St. Leonards - 1884


Late A. Sellman.

Established in 1847.

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ROBERT BARKER

East Street, later, The Cross, Chichester


Chichester, Jan. 31. — A circumstance has occurred this morning which should be known. Two of the French imperial eagles which were taken in the battle of Corunna, were sold yesterday at Barker's, the silversmith's, in this town : they are of silver, and weigh, about 15 ounces. The man, who said he bayoneted the Frenchmen, was a Highlander of the 92d, or Gordon's; and I cannot account for his selling such a noble trophy of British courage and discipline, unless from absolute necessity. Some of our regiments have before taken the pole that supported the standard, but never the thing itself, and Bonapartè has particularly exulted that they never were taken.

Source: The Lady's Magazine - February 1809


Robert Barker was appointed 'silversmith and watchmaker extraordinary to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales'*. He was noted as working until at least 1839**.

* Source: Colonial Dynasty: The Chambers Family of South Australia - Margaret Goyder Kerr - 1980

** Source: British Countermarks on Copper and Bronze Coins - James Gavin Scott - 1975

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G.J. SCHMITNAGEL

Old Stine, later, 18, East Street, Brighton


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G.J. Schmitnagel - Brighton - 1858

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A.H. BRAZIER

49 & 50, Upper Canal Walk, (Ditches), Southampton


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A.H. Brazier - Southampton - 1884

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EDWARD MAY

High Street, Lyndhurst


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Edward May - Lyndhurst - 1884

Established in 1866.

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FOLKARD & SON

138, North Street, Brighton


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Folkard & Son - Brighton - 1858

Established in 1814.

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GUSTAV BAEHN

4a, Bernard Street, Southampton


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Gustav Baehn - Southampton - 1884

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W. & C. WOODRUFF

192, Snargate Street, Dover


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W. & C. Woodruff - Dover - 1861

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GEORGE LEE & SON

8, Ordnance Row, The Hard, Portsea, Hampshire


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Messrs. George Lee & Son - Portsea, Hants. - 1891

Established in 1847.

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W.D. BAKER

Middle Street, Horsham


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W.D. Baker - Horsham - 1858

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W.H. WELLER

Surrey Street, Littlehampton


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W.H. Weller - Little Hampton - 1858

Established in 1845.

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D.K. MURRAY

54, High Street, Winchester


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D.K. Murray - Winchester - 1900

Mark Hutchings, from the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.

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JOHN PURSER & SONS Ltd.

Commercial Road, Portsmouth


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Purser & Son - Portsmouth - 1905

The business of John Purser & Sons was acquired in the 1920's by another local jeweller, Thomas Pickett (established in 1850), and later restyled to 'Picketts and Pursers'. They are still in business today.

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JOHN PYM SMITH

Margate, Kent


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1825

ROBBERY. Dec. 21st, Mr. John Pym Smith, watchmaker and silversmith, &c., had his shop robbed to a considerable amount; the robbers were heard and disturbed, which prevented their taking more than eight watches, &c.


Source: Mockett's Journal. A collection of interesting matters, relating to remarkable personages, ancient buildings, manners and customs, etc. - 1836

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WILLIAM LOOF (I)

8, Parade, Tunbridge Wells


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W. Loof - Tunbridge Wells - 1844

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W. Loof - Tunbridge Wells - 1850

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WILLIAM LOOF (II)

Gardner House, Chapel Yard, later, Bath Square, Parade, Tunbridge Wells


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W. Loof, Jnr. - Tunbridge Wells - 1844

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W. Loof, Jnr. - Tunbridge Wells - 1850

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J.R. STEBBING

47, High Street, Southampton


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J.R. Stebbing - Southampton - 1843

This business was later styled Stebbing & Wood (Joseph Rankin Stebbing and Albert Wood).

Joseph Rankin Stebbing died in 1874.

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