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Turner Pneumatic Tyre Co

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of 160 Clerkenwell Rd, London

1893 June. Announcement. 'The Turner Pneumatic Tyre Company (Limited) has been formed with a capital of £50,000 in 50,000 shares of £1 each, the whole of which are now offered for public subscription. The directors undertake to give an allotment pro rata, according to the applications, excepting that they will reserve a fourth of the capital to be allotted to cycle Manufacturers and agents, as they will thus secure the co-operation of the trade. The company is authorised to manufacture tyres under the Dunlop & Welch patents, with the addition of the Turner improvements.'[1]

1894 Application by Cycle Components Manufacturing Co and Barton and Loudon of Coventry to wind up the company

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Sources of Information

  1. Glasgow Herald - Saturday 03 June 1893