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Dec 1921.

of Oldbury, near Birmingham. Telephone: Broadwell 1101. Telegraphic Address: "Brades, Birmingham"

of Churchill Forges, near Kidderminster. (1921)

The address was the same as that of William Hunt and Sons, who used The Brades as a trademark

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Axes, Hammers, Spades, shovels, Forks, Trowels, Rakes, Garden Tools and all kinds of Heavy and Light Edge Tools. Plantation Hoes and Forks and all Tools used by Contractors. (Stand No. A.522)

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