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Earle, Bourne and Co

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of Birmingham Rolling and Tube Mills, Heath Street South, Birmingham 18. Telephone: Edgbaston 2141 (5 lines). Telegraphic Address: "Tubing, Birmingham"

1874 Company established.

1897 Incorporated as a limited company.

1912 Exhibitor at the Non-Ferrous Metals Exhibition at the Royal Agricultural Halls[1].

1914 Metal rollers and tube drawers in copper and alloys. Employees 1,000.[2]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Brass, Copper, Aluminium alloy ("Sebalin") in Strip, Sheet, Tubes, Angles, Channels, Sections, Ornamental Tubes and Mouldings; Radiator Sheets, Plates and Tubes; Brass and Copper Film. Special Brass for the Clock Industry. Electric Fire Sheets. Copper Service Pipes and Bends. (Stand No. d.600) [3]

1937 Rolling and tube mills. [4]

Subsequently part of Delta Metal Co

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