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D. H. Bonnella and Son of 46-48 Osnaburgh Street, London, NW1

founded by David Hunter Bonnella

1937 Manufacturers of aircraft and electrical accessories. [1]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

The company made many small low voltage switches and was a supplier to Ford among others.

In 1963 the company became the manufacturer of Cherry microswitches under licence from Cherry.

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