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F. C. Blake

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1900. Trembler Coil for early automobile ignition. Exhibit at Milntown House.
1900. Exhibit at Milntown House.
1900.
1903.
May 1904.
May 1906.

Blake Motors of Dalling Road, Hammersmith, London.

  • 1900-01 - of Hammersmith
  • 1901-03 - of Kew
  • 1906 of Station Avenue, Kew Gardens, London S.W.

See Francis Claude Blake

1900-1903 Produced engines and a few early automobiles

1901 July. Details and image of the Blake 4-hp car.[1]

1902 Detailed description of the 14-hp motor.[2]

1921 Listed as a marine motor engineer of Station Avenue, Kew Gardens.[3]

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