e.1832: 136 Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA
c.1946: Bailey & Co. with J.T. Bailey, Jeremiah Robbins & James Gallagher
c.1859: Moved to 819 Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA
March 15, 1854: Joseph Trowbridge Bailey Died
c.1878: J.T. Bailey II, George Banks, & Samuel Biddle became Bailey, Banks & Biddle
c.1986: Owned by Zale Corp., Changed 42 stores to the name Bailey, Banks & Biddle
c.2019: Bankruptcy took the last remaining B.B.&B store.
- Manufacturing jewelers.
- Diamond dealers.
- Jewelers to prominent Americans.
- America’s oldest jeweler.
- Civil War swords.
- Mortuary Medal for Abraham Lincoln.
- Medal of Honor.
- Purple Heart, Silver & Bronze Stars.
- Floral jewelry with semi-precious colored stones.
- Joseph T. Bailey c.1832 Bailey & Kitchen Co.
- Partners Joseph T. Bailey II, George W. Banks & Samuel Biddle c.1878