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James Bartle and Co

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October 1923. Models, prices and specifications.
August 1926.
"Bird's Patent Self Fastening" quatrefoil coal plate, found in London.

James Bartle and Co of Western Iron Works, Notting Hill; Later of 236a Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London W11.

See James Bartle

1854 Company founded to make coachwork and iron castings

1870 Mention as James Bartle, of Lancaster-road, Notting Hill, London, Ironfounder.[1]

1899 Planing machine tool holder advertised in 'Engineering Times' April-May 1899.

1910/11 Cecil Stanley Windsor was appointed to the company and subsequently purchased it and became managing director.

1916 First Windsor car produced.

1923-29 Maker of Windsor 10/15 light car. Around 300 produced.

1927 Ceased trading. Jigs and tools bought by Watkins and Doncaster.

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