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Vaughan Brothers

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Vaughan Brothers 'Eagle Brand' Spanner.
Vaughan Brothers Spanner.
January 1920. Motor Valves.
VBW Humber Spanner.
VBW Humber Spanner.
VBW Humber Spanner.
October 1951.
September 1954.
November 1954.
October 1956.
February 1959. Eagle Brand.
Oct 1960.
Oct 1962.

of Eagle Works, Willenhall, Staffordshire (now West Midlands). Telephone: Willenhall 436/7/8. Telegraphic Address: "Vaughan Bros., Willenhall". (1937)

1874 Company founded.

1936 Private company.

1937 Company made public.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Droop Forgings for Automobile Parts, Motor Cycles, Mechanical Transport, Railways, Aircraft, Engine and Plane Parts, Agricultural and General Engineers, Ships' Fittings, Machinists, Finished Gear Box, Spanners, Jacks and Tools. [1]

1961 Manufacturers of drop forgings, spanners and fully machined component parts. 300 employees. [2]

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