M. Willmann(s) (Inhaber Witwe (Marie-) Louise Willmann)
Annenstraße 22, Sebastianstraße 69, Stallschreiberstraße 22, Oranienstraße 65, Brandenburgstraße 56, Fürstenstraße 8, Skalitzerstraße 6, Berlin, Prussia.
(now the Federal City State of Berlin).
Zinngießerei, Spezialität Brittannia Seidel und Krugdeckel. / Pewterer, speciality Brittannia metal mugs and stein lids.
Founded by M. Willmann, at Annenstraße 22, in 1878. Between 1878 and 1885 he was entered in the annual address books as M. Willmanns. He moved to Sebastianstraße 69, in 1883, again in 1887, to Stallschreiberstraße 22, and yet again in 1894, to the prestigeous address of Oranienstraße 65. M. Willman died in 1898 and his widow (Marie-) Louise became proprietor of the company in 1899. She moved the business to Brandenburgstraße 56 (now called Lobeckstraße), in 1905, and then to Fürstenstraße 8 (now called Bergfriedstraße), in 1908. The final move was to Skalitzerstraße 6, in 1912. The company's last entry was for 1916, after which it is assumed that the business had closed. The family homes were at Annenstraße 22, Sebastianstraße 21, then Prinzenstraße 33 and finally Sebastianstraße 74, during this period.
Purchased stein bodies from: Merkelbach & Wick, Hauber & Reuther, Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach Diesinger
Reference: Berliner Adressbücher Berlin Postcodes