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Brades and Nash Tyzack Industries

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May 1957.

Brades and Nash Tyzack Industries of Oldbury.

Trademark: 3 diamonds

1951 Company formed from Nash Tyzack Industries and William Hunt and Sons, which used the trademark The Brades.

1960 Acquired by Spear and Jackson[1]

1961 Manufacturers of edge tools. [2]

1962 Merged with C. T. Skelton and Co of Sheffield[3] to form Brades, Skelton and Tyzack, making garden, contractors and some agricultural tools.

1967 Became part of Spearwell Tools

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Nov 23, 1960
  2. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE
  3. The Times, Jul 06, 1962