(1864 - 1949)
Mahlon Henry Marlin was active/lived in Connecticut. Mahlon Marlin is known for landscape.
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Biography Mahlon Marlin
Mahlon Henry (M. Harry) Marlin was born in the Poquonnock section of Windsor
in 1864. At the time, his father, John Mahlon Marlin, was a mechanic (machinist)
at Colt Patent Fire-Arms in Hartford. In 1870, John Marlin relocated his small family
to New Haven, where he opened his own gun manufactory on State
Street. The older Marlin's first successes were the rifle models
1891 and 1893, later produced
by Marlin as the Model 39 and 336. He also produced a range of revolvers, pistols
and derringers from 1870 to 1899.
At that time, John Marlin's biggest competitor was Oliver Winchester,
who bought New Haven Arms in 1866 and changed the name to Winchester
Repeating Arms. Since
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