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Salmon and Gluckstein

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of 2-14 Clarence Street, York Road, City Road, London

Samuel Gluckstein (1821-1873), an immigrant from Rheinberg, Prussia, built up a tobacco business in the East End of London with his cousins and brother, calling the partnership Salmon and Gluckstein. Later it was carried on by Barnett Salmon and Samuel Montague Gluckstein

1895 The company was registered on 11 March, to take over the business of tobacco manufacturers and tobacconists of the firm of the same name. [1]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  • Biography of Hannah Gluck, ODNB