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Brunton and Trier

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1877. Stone-dressing machine at the 1878 Paris Exhibition.
1893. Stone Dressing Machine.
1904. Stone-surfacing machine.
May 1932. Manufax.

Brunton and Trier of 1 Great George Street, Westminster.

John Dickinson Brunton and Frank Henry Trier

1878 Machines for moulding and dressing stone; of Battersea Foundry

1889 1889 Royal Agricultural Show. Grindstone Dresser.[1]

1892 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, John Dickinson Brunton and Frank Trier, carrying on business as Civil Engineers, at 19, Great George-street, Westminster, under the style or firm of Brunton and Trier, has been dissolved, by mutual consent, as and from the 8th day of June, 18i>2. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Frank Trier, who will carry on the business under the same style of Brunton and Trier...'[2]

1900 1900 Paris Exhibition. Stone Dressing machine. [3]

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