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Peto and Radford

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of 50 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1. Accumulator factory at Ashtead, Surrey.

1889 Business founded by William Peto

1892 Cathcart, Peto and Radford exhibited at Crystal Palace exhibition

1918 Pritchetts and Gold acquired the Peto and Radford accumulator business.

1920 Smiths supplied automotive batteries under its own trade name; it obtained these from Peto and Radford; this arrangement continued for 10 years[1]

1937 Accumulator manufacturers. Dagenite Batteries. [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

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