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|<center>Caldwell & Bennett<br/>e.1830s<br/>
 
|<center>Caldwell & Bennett<br/>e.1830s<br/>
J. E. Caldwell and James M. Bennett<br/>
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J. E. Caldwell and James M. Bennett</center>
1868 renamed [[J.E. Caldwell]]</center>
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|<center>Philadelphia PA</center>
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*Chosen by Godey’s Lady’s Book to create the jewelry sold to subscribers through the magazine.
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::&bull; Renamed [[J.E. Caldwell Maker's Mark|J.E. Caldwell]]
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:&bull; Chosen by Godey’s Lady’s Book to create the jewelry sold to subscribers through the magazine.
 
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[[category:Maker's Marks]]
 
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Revision as of 16:22, 17 January 2013

Caldwell & Bennett

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
Caldwell & Bennett
e.1830s
J. E. Caldwell and James M. Bennett
Philadelphia
1868
• Renamed J.E. Caldwell
• Chosen by Godey’s Lady’s Book to create the jewelry sold to subscribers through the magazine.
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