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Cherry Tree Machine Co

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January 1899.
April 1903.

of Blackburn, Lancashire and Rushgrove Avenue, The Hyde, London, NW9. Telephone: Pleasington 147/148; Colindale 7141/71472. Telegraphic Address: "Foundry, Cherry Tree".

1925 Patent - Improvements in or relating to the driving gear of laundry machines.

1937 Patent - Improvements in or relating to power-operated garment presses.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Domestic Wringers, Mangles and Domestic Washers. Turnover Table Mangles, Wood and Rubber Rollers, Portable Rubber Wringers, and Stands for all makes of Portable Wringers. (Stand No. A.508).[1]

Note: (06/08)

  • Now as Cherry Tree Industrial Laundry Solutions, the company is still in Blackburn, Lancashire, and has its own website: [1]

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