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British Industrial History

Edward Sharp and Sons

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1922
March 1922. Super-Kreem Toffees.
October 1946.
1949.
1950.
June 1953.
December 1953.
1954
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September 1954.
September 1954.
October 1954.
October 1954.
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February 1954.
April 1954.
March 1955.
Advertising Sign.
February 1955.
1956.

Makers of Sharp's toffee, of Kreemy Works, Maidstone, Kent. Telephone 162 and 163 Maidstone. T.A.: Kreemy, Maidstone. Codes: Marconi and A.B.C. (6th Edition). (1922)

of Toffee Works, Maidstone, Kent. (1929)

Sir Edward Sharp Baronet headed the firm, Edward Sharp and Sons. He was a sturdy non-conformist, actively associated with the Week St. Congregational Church. He married Lady Clara Betts, circa 1878, in Maidstone, Kent. Died: 23 August 1931, Warden Court, Maidstone.

1911 The Sharps brand was first launched.

1922 British Industries Fair Advert for Sharp's Super-Kreem Toffee from "The Largest Manufacturers of Toffee in the World". Also Royal Nougat. (Stand No B.8) [1]

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Super-Kreem Toffee and Royal Nougat. (Stand Nos. K.22 and K.31) [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1922 British Industries Fair Advert cxc; and p72
  2. 1929 British Industries Fair p150
  • [1] Freepages Genaeology
  • [2] Propaganda of Maidstone.