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Guests Brass Stamping Co

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of Selly Oak, Birmingham. Telephone: Selly Oak 1151 (P.B.X.). Telegraphic Address: "Brastamper, Selly Oak"

1927 A department of machine tool maker John Hands and Sons was trading under the name of Guest's Brass Stamping Company; the firm produces pressings in brass, copper and yellow metals, using some power presses from the parent company.

1932 Continued after the parent company ceased operation.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Hot Die Pressings in Brass, Copper, Manganese, Bronze and Nickel, comprising Component Parts for engineering and allied trades, including Gas, Water and Electric Fittings, and Cabinet Brassfoundry. (Stand No. D.528) [1]

1950 Hot Die Pressings in Brass, Copper and Manganese Bronze for engineering and allied trades, including Gas, Water and Electric fittings, builders’ and cabinet brassfoundry.

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