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Clarkson-Stanfield Concentrator Co

From Graces Guide

1890 Richard Stanfield, Professor of Engineering of Edinburgh, and Thomas Clarkson, a demonstrator of metallurgy of London, gained a Canadian patent on "Method and apparatus for sizing and separating ores, etc". Also with Peter Strickland they gained a Spanish patent in a similar area of technology.

1891 Thomas Clarkson became Engineer to the company.

1897 The Company's Patents were sold to the Clarkson-Stanfield Ore Reduction Co, Limited, and the company was wound up voluntarily[1]

1899 The Clarkson-Stanfield Ore Reduction Co Ltd was wound up[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 2 April 1897
  2. The London Gazette 17 February 1899