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Iliffe, Sons and Sturmey

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Printers and Publishers, of 3 St Bride Street, Ludgate Circus, London, and of Coventry (works).

Sometime after 1877 Henry Sturmey established contact with William Iliffe, a meeting which was to be a significant event for both.

1895 Henry Sturmey was first editor of The Autocar magazine.

Company Listed as Iliffe and Son prior to 1898.

1900: Exhibitor at Stanley Cycle Show: Iliffe, Sons and Sturmey Ltd., 3, St. Bride Street, E.C. "This firm have the latest issues of The Autocar and other publications of interest to the automobilist, such as Motor Cycles, On an Autocar through the Length and Breadth of the Land, Horseless Vehicles, Petroleum Motor Cars by Louis Lockert, and Lacy Hillier's cycle and motor novel, The Potterers' Club."

1901 Henry Sturmey stood down as editor of The Autocar magazine and left the company[1]. The company became Iliffe and Sons


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 10 January 1930