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Salt and Son

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of 5, and 6, Cherry Street, Birmingham; also Consulting Rooms 13, Wimpole Street, London, W. (by appointments).

Cutlers and Surgical Appliance Manufacturers

Established in 1793 by T. Partridge Salt. Were cutlers to Napoleon, and have held a Royal Warrant since 1845. Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1902.

1914 Directors: E. W. Salt and W. A. Lloyd. Specialities: Artificial Limbs, Celluloid Trusses, Kidney Belt, Kidney Corset. Awards: At Vienna; Paris; Brussels; Dublin; Gold Medal, London, 1913.

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