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Rawlings & Summers
Charles Rawlings, son of William Rawlings. Apprenticed to Edward Coleman of Henry Place, Westminster as watch finisher 7 February 1810. Freedom unrecorded. First mark entered as plateworker, 3 July 1817. Address: 12 Well Street. Second mark, 28 October 1819, 9 Brook Street, Holborn. Third mark, 13 June 1822. Fourth, 12 October 1826. Fifth, 24 October 1826. Sixth mark in partnership with William Summers, 6 April 1829. Address: Brook Street, Holborn. Moved to 10 Great Marlborough Street, Regent Street, 9 January 1839. Six new marks, 2 December 1840. The partnership produced excellent snuffboxes well into the Victorian period. William Summers, son of Thomas Summers, free by patrimony 1 March 1826 as goldsmith and jeweller. First marke entered as goldworker, 16 March 1826. Address: 19 Little Britain (Section VII). Second mark as smallworker, in partnership with Charles Rawlings, 6 April 1829. Address: Brook Street, Holborn. Moved to 10 Great Marlborough Street, Regent Street, 9 January 1839. Six new marks, 2 December 1840. Marks defaced (see Book no.6, page 127). Livery, February 1850. Makers of good quality snuffboxes, wine-labels and other small items. Died 15 January 1890.