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A. H. Wilkes and Co

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March 1932.

of 38a Paradise Street, Birmingham, 1. Telephone: Midland 4804/5/6. Telegraphic Address: "Yadall, Birmingham"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Automatically Proportioned Gas and Air Blast Burners. Brass Billet Furnaces. Brazing Blowpipes and Equipment. Industrial Gas Appliances. Melting and Hardening Furnaces. Soldering Irons, Stoves and Furnaces. Tinsmiths' Tools and Equipment. Calor Gas Appliances. (Stand Ca.811 and Ca.710)

Complete Hard and Soft Soldering Equipment. Gas and Air Blast Burner Equipment. Hardening Furnaces. (Stands No. Ca.709 and Ca.608) [1]

1945 Subsidiary of William Allday and Co

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