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July 1938.
1950.
October 1952.

of 24 Bedford Square, London, WC1.

Charles Orme Bastian worked for a time for Crompton and Co.

1937 Electrical and mechanical heating equipment. "Bastian" Electric Water Heaters and Electrode Boilers. "C.G.S." Automatic Coal Burners.

1960 Acquired by Parkinson Cowan. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, August 29, 1960