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Nobel Chemical Finishes of Nobel House, Buckingham Gate, London, SW1
1926 Developing hard enamel for motor car bodies and other uses under the trade name Belco
1926 Nobel Chemical Finishes acquired Naylor Brothers (London). The management, distribution and sales of Nobel Chemical Finishes and Naylor Bros were combined at Slough. A demonstration centre was also opened at 327A High Road, Chiswick, W.4.
1927 Advert: Belco finish for cars
1928 The demonstration centre was closed and a technical service station opened at Slough.
1931 Advert: Associated with ICI
1935 The offices returned to Nobel House from Millbank
1937 Dope and cellulose enamel manufacturers. "Belco" Cellulose Enamel. "Deoxidine" Rust Remover and Metal Pretreatment. "Dulux" Synthetic Finish. "Electro-Granodine" Pretreatment of Iron and Steel. 
1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers
Part of ICI Paints