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Barringer and Brown

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of Rock Valley Mills, Mansfield

1860s Barringer and Brown were packing and selling mustard in tins that were being hand made by their own workers and decorated with paper labels or they were being decorated by the Tinplate Decorating Co. One of the partners, Charles Manners, was more interested in the packaging than the goods inside and developed that side of the business, it became so successful that they were able to sell a surplus of tins to other manufacturers. Soon they were transfer printing tins for themselves and others.

By 1887 had become Barringer, Wallis and Manners.


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