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H. J. Skelton and Co

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December 1907.

12 Lime Street, London.

Royal London House, Finsbury Square, London. (1910).

See H. J. Skelton

1910 R. A. Skelton and Co was set up to take over the manufacture of broad flange beams. [1]

1920 H. J. Skelton and Co were appointed sole purchasing agents in the United Kingdom for the French establishment known as the Compagnie De Fibes-Lille. They were also appointed purchasing agents fro a consortium of Italian shipbuilders and also for one of the largest Japanese banking, shipping and metal houses.[2]

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