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Jarrold and Sons

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of St James, Norwich, Norfolk. Telephone: Cables: "Jarrolds, Norwich". London Address: 244 High Holborn, WC2. Telephone: Chancery 6518. (1947)

1770 The company was founded in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Printers by Letterpress, Photolithography and Gravure. Publishers of "Magna-Chrome" postcards and reproductions of works of art. Bookbinders. Publications: "International Printing", "Discovery", "Farming". (Olympia, 1st Floor, Stand No. 2119) [1]

Note: (10/08)

  • Although the company is still based in Norwich and has its own website: [1], it is no longer involved with either printing or publishing. In January 2007, Jarrold's book publishing division was sold to The History Press Limited (formerly NPI Media). The current Jarrold company has three operating divisions – Retail, Properties and Training. Jarrold's head office and Jarrold Training are based in St James Mill, a Grade I listed former Yarn Mill. The mill is recognised as one of the major heritage buildings in Norwich and Houses a Print Museum.

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