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Bi-Metals (Britinol)

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February 1922.
03 February 1956 Advert from Mechanics Magazine.

Bi-Metals Ltd of Sugar House Lane, Stratford, London E 15 (1922)

Bi-Metals (Britinol) Ltd of St. Marys Works, Bridge Road, London N.9.

of St. Mary's Works, Eldon Road, Wood Green, London, N22. Telephone: Bowes Park 3979. Telegraphic Address: "Bowes Park 3979"

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for 'Britinol' Paste Solder; Flux Cored Wire Solder; Soldering Paste Flux. Also as makers of blow lamps and soldering outfits. Signalling Timing Clocks. Foot Bellows. Blowpipes. Gas and Electric Thermostats. Hand and Stand Lens Magnifiers. Pocket Spring Balances. (Electricity: Industrial and Domestic Section - Stand No. Cb.11) [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937 British Industries Fair Advert p593; and p334