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Tupper and Carr

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Corrugated iron.

1854 With Kuper and Co manufactured the Mediterranean telegraph cable, which was laid under the supervision of John W. Brett, with his brother one of the originators of submarine telegraph[1].

1855 Patent. 'To Charles William Tupper, of the firm of Messrs. Tupper and Carr, of 3, Mansion House-place, in the city o£ London, Galvanized Iron Manufacturer, for the invention of "improvements in the construction and arrangement of coverings for buildings."'[2]

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