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Ewart and Son

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Victor-Geyser. Exhibit at the Museum of Bath at Work‎.
Victor-Geyser. Exhibit at the Museum of Bath at Work‎. (Detail).
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July 1919. Ewart's Geysers.
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1926. Wheel Discs.
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November 1933. Ewarts Vivo.
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346 Euston Road, London; of 169 Regent Street, W.I.(1947) Sanitary and heating engineers.

1834 Business established

1948 Scheme of rearrangement implemented; a new company Ewart Industries Ltd was formed to acquire the business and assets of Ewart and Son; the new company would then change its name to Ewart and Son and would be a public company. The Imperial Continental Gas Association would acquire a majority of the shares in the new company[1].

1949 Scottish Agents: James R. Thomson and Co Ltd. of 10, Blythswood Street, Glasgow, C.2.

1953 The Imperial Continental Gas Association and Ewart Holdings sold Ewart and Son to Parnall (Yate) Ltd[2]. Ewart Holdings retained Ewart Catering Equipment Ltd and Hildred Bros.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 6 January 1948
  2. The Times, 20 October 1953