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1971. Letterhead.

of Mildmay Iron Works, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex

formerly Palmer and Booth

See James Wilson Booth

1899 Company established. Known for making piano frames for a number of companies.

1914 Ironfounders. Specialities: iron frames for pianos, general machine, motor and electrical castings, electroplating, enamelling and bronzing and general engineering. [1]

1971 Continues to trade - see letterhead.

1980 Company closed.[2]

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