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Kirby, Beard and Co

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March 1939.
April 1939.
May 1939.

of Birmingham, 12. Telephone: Birmingham Calthorp 3171. Cables: "Kirby Birmingham". Also at Arundel House, Cornwall Gardens, London, SW7 and at Redditch, Worcs.

1855 Exhibited pins, needles and fishooks at the 1855 Paris Exhibition

1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail. [1]

1947 British Industries Fair Advert (in pictures) for: Best Brass Pins; Kirby Grips; Hair Curlers; Invisible Hair Pins; Standard Hair Pins; Needles; Rustless Safety Pins; Rustless Brass Pins; Commenda Safety Pins. (Fancy Goods Section - Olympia, 1st Floor, Stand No. F.1908) [2]

1951 Patent - An improved container for pins, needles or other small articles. [3]

1953 Patent - Improvements in and relating to safety pins. [4]

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