The study is the new installment of a series running already for 22 years. The author systematically collects masters' marks of goldsmith's ware mostly cropping up in the art trade, trying to identify the towns and masters with the help of earlier research literature (Elemér Kőszeghy, 1936; Ilona P. Brestyánszky, 1977), often correcting the information they provide. The work is complemented by thorough archival research, with all available data about identified goldsmiths in city registers being published. The present paper first identifies the works and marks of Pest goldsmiths (Ferenc József Trautzl around 1780, József Trautzl around 1824–39, János Lehman, 1862, János Krieck, 1829, I. József Pasperger, around 1780), followed by a new master's mark of Wenzel Gretschl of Buda on a work of 1821. He discussed some of them earlier, too; now he calls attention to some forged objects. A separate unit comprises the goldsmithing of Bán (Bánovce, Slovakia) and Rozsnyó (Rožnava, Slovakia) in Trencsén county: in the former town János Oravszky and János Ottó worked almost synchronously (around 1828), while the son of Bán goldsmith Leopold Goldner, Anton, can be documented in Rozsnyó. In addition to 19th century goldsmiths of Gyöngyös (János Goldberger) and Kecskemét (Dávid Auslener), he has data on an 18th century master of Miskolc (Ferenc Szombati, between 1750 and 1795). In Pécs, he attributes a new work to the earlier presented Jakab Posz, then he enriches our knowledge of the goldsmiths of the one-time capital of Hungary, Pozsony with new marks and objects (Fidelis Mayer, József Steinmassl, János Hauck, Mihály Ehrenhoffer, Joannes Gerick, Joseph Weinstabl from the first half of the 19th c.). Finally he introduces the earlier completely unknown goldsmithing in the market town of Tolna through the 19th c. work of Lajos Schulz.