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John Hall and Sons (Bristol and London)

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March 1916.
1917.
1917.
February 1921.
1924
December 1926.
April 1943.
September 1945.
April 1946. Brolac and Murac.
August 1949.
March 1955.
May 1955.
December 1955
December 1956
May 1957.Brolac and Murac PEP.
May 1957. Ripping.
July 1959.
1961.

of 51 Broadmead, Bristol. (1908)

of 173 Pancras Road, London. (1937)

1897 The company was registered on 15 November, to acquire the business of glass, lead and oil and colour manufacturers of the firm of the same name. [1]

1937 Aviation dopes, varnishes, cellulose lacquers. "Brolac" Enamel Paint. "Diamond" Dopes. "Vestola" Synthetics. [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1970 Berger-Hall Paints was formed from the decorative businesses of John Hall and Sons (Bristol and London), British Paints and Berger J. and N. Paints[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. The Times, Dec 18, 1970