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J. W. Cooke and Co

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of 48 Finsbury Pavement, London, EC

1885 Company established. Later incorporated with the Finsbury Office Furnishing Co.

1914 Shop front builders, signs, letters and general shop, bank and office fittings and furnishings, metal workers, electric light contractors. Specialities: signs, glass fascias and letters in wood, gilded carved wood, copper, brass and other metals, stall plates, Royal coats of arms, raised metal letters in all designs, signs and tablets in ornamental ironwork, brewers' and distillers' glass tablets and signs, brass name plates, metal and other window and shop fittings, standard bars, cased tubes, glass shelves, costume stands, brackets, counter guard rails, grilles, showcases, wire and other blinds, sign and glass writing. [1]

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