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British Electric Domestic Appliances

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April 1933. The All British Mary Ann.

of Bedal Works, Kingsway, Waddon, Surrey. Telephone: Croydon 2115. Telegraphic Address: "Bedalphone, Croydon"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Aerofridge Electric Automatic Domestic Refrigerators. Bedal "Astoria" Electric Domestic Washing Machines. (Stand No. Cb.318) [1]

1938 Thorn Electrical Industries Ltd acquired British Electric Domestic Appliances which made Mary Ann vacuum cleaners and Bedal washing machines.[2]

1939 Patent - Improvements in the mounting of wringers upon washing machines. As British Electric Domestic Appliances (1938) Limited, of Bedal Works, Sandy Lane North, Wallington, in the County of Surrey.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937 British Industries Fair Page 338
  2. The Times, 28 July 1938
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