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J. Dampney and Co

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March 1909.
March 1912. Apexior.
October 1912.
February 1913. Apexior.
May 1929.
December 1929.
05 May 1933. Ferreko road marking paint.
19 May 1933.

of Eagle Paint Works. Offices: Bute Docks, Cardiff

of Britannic Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1929), Paint Specialists, makers of protective coatings.

1867 Business established by John Dampney at Plymouth.

1898 Incorporated as a Limited Company.

1914 Directors: C. C. Percy (Chairman), Richard Cory, R. W. Cory, W. Swan Dixon, J. B. Dampney (Managing Director). Agents at all the principal ports of the world. Specialities: Compound for preventing incrustation and corrosion inside steam boilers; graphite paint for preserving steel structural work, etc. Makers of Antifouling Composition for Ships' Bottoms, Special Compounds for Holds and Decks of Ships.

1930 Incorporated into British Paints Ltd

1933 Ferreko Road Marking Paint.[1]

1933 Damney's Three Coat Treatment Materials used by Dorman, Long and Co on the Nanking Pukow River Trainferry. Consulting Engineers Sir Alexander Gibb and Partners.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 5 May 1933 Advert
  2. 19 May 1933 Advert.