Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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February 1904.
September 1909.
February 1914. Super-Acme.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.
1919. Thermo XX Fires. 7 RAD.

of Etna Foundry, 14-18 Constitution Hill, Birmingham. (1885)

of Acme Works, Salford Street, Aston, Birmingham 6. Telephone: Birmingham East 0096. Telegraphic Address: "Acme". (1937)

1885 Gas Laundry Iron. Advert at the British Library.

1925 Subsidiary of Radiation Ltd[1].

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Regulo Controlled New World Gas Cookers, High "Beam" Gas Fires, Gas Radiators, Gas Operated Hot Water Apparatus, and Large Cooking Apparatus for hotels and boarding houses. (Stand Nos. Ca.603 and Ca.502)


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 19 March 1925