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Kenneth Castiglione

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Manufacturer of Kaycee hypodermic needles

1949 Quadrant Works, Manor Park Crescent, Edgware, Middlesex[1]

The 'Kaycee Avijector Set' which was a veterinary kit used for injecting poultry to protect against fowl pests. It consists of an injection gun, a flexible plastic tube with a needle at one end, a cord with hooks at the end, a box of injection needles containing eight (with an additional four missing), four additional spare needles and two packets containing a spare plastic tube and needle. The set was manufactured by Kenneth Castiglione Ltd. of London and distributed by Glaxo Laboratories of Middlesex.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Chemist and Druggist Supplement, 30 April 1949, Page xi
  2. MERL