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1862 London Exhibition: Catalogue: Class VIII.: J. Tylor and Sons

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2013. TYLER, J., and SONS, Warwick Lane, Newgate Street, London.

Pumps, fire engines, steam fittings.

TYLOR, J., and SONS, Warwick Lane, Newgate Street, London.

Pumps, fire engines, steam fittings, soda-water machines, etc.

Obtained the Prize Medal, Great Exhibition, 1851; Dublin, 1853; and Paris, 1855.

J. TYLOR AND SON'S PATENT SODA-WATER MACHINES TO MAKE FROM 50 TO 360 DOZ. PER DIEM.

STEAM WHISTLE.

GREASE CUP WITH COCK AND COVER.

DOUBLE GREASE CUP.

GUN-METAL STOP VALVES.

WATER GAUGE.

SYPHON LUBRICATORS.

GAUGE COCKS.

Illustrated catalogues of steam engine and boiler fittings may be obtained post-free by application to J. Tylor and Sons, also catalogues of every description of brass work for merchants, architects, builders, engineers, and plumbers.

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