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of Finbat Works, Aizlewood Road, Sheffield
Started by producing children's scooters
1919-22 Produced some 600 cars of 8 and 10 hp. The car was designed by Albert Clarke
1920 November. Exhibited at the Motor Car Show at Olympia and the White City with a lightweight car seating two and weighing 7 cwt.
1922 Capital £25,000. Employees 250-300 (approx.). Directors: C. E. Richardson (Managing), (Mrs.) A. W. Richardson, F. H. Walsh E. Richardson, A. Clarke, James Maclaurin. Products.— The "Richardson" light car, 2-3 seater the "Richardson" 5-cwt. light delivery
Produced 500 cars during their two years in business
More details on this company at Kelham Island Museum