C. & J. Weldon
Brothers Charles (1817-1882) and Jeremiah (1823-1880) Weldon were in business together from 1851 until at least 1933. (A 1933 dated invoice from the firm is for sale online; so the oft quoted 1910s must be in error.) Their father, Jeremiah senior (1784-1847), had been the cashier for the button manufacturers Hammond, Turner and Sons for the last 15 years of his life.
They were known for their livery and uniform buttons, but as this catalogue shows, also sold waistcoat buttons.
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