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Baird-Taylor Brothers

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March 1922.

of Glasgow.

Wholesale Scotch whisky and wine merchants, proprietors of Red Tape whisky and dealers in Jamaica rum

1897 Established by James Baird-Taylor and William Baird-Taylor.

1924 The business was incorporated as Baird-Taylor Limited

1935 The company was voluntarily liquidated and a new company of the same name was registered. This company was wound up in 1992. At some point the company was acquired by the Distillers Co

See Baird-Taylor.

See Also


Sources of Information

  • National Records of Scotland BT2/13208
  • Post Office annual Glasgow directory 1899-1900
  • Edinburgh Gazette May 31 1935
  • Edinburgh Gazette 31 March 1992