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1921 First AGM of the company<ref>The Times, Oct 01, 1921</ref>
 
1921 First AGM of the company<ref>The Times, Oct 01, 1921</ref>
 
c.1925 [[Curtis's and Harvey]] became a division of '''Lighting Trades'''.
 
  
 
1930 [[ICI]] which had a controlling interest in the company, purchased the remaining shares for cash<ref>The Times, 1 December 1930</ref>.
 
1930 [[ICI]] which had a controlling interest in the company, purchased the remaining shares for cash<ref>The Times, 1 December 1930</ref>.

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of 55 Garratt Lane, Wandsworth, London, SW18. Telephone: Battersea 1902. Telegraphic Address: "Litetrades, 'Phone, London"

1920 Company incorporated, initially as Record Gas Mantle Co; the company name was subsequently changed to Lighting Trades Ltd.

1921 First AGM of the company[1]

1930 ICI which had a controlling interest in the company, purchased the remaining shares for cash[2].

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Incandescent Mantles, Gas Burners for domestic and street lighting work. Gas Fires, including the "Handiheater" fitted with patent block fuel, without gs or air control. "Kernscreen" Models. Modern Gas Fittings. (Stand No. Ca.604)

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  1. The Times, Oct 01, 1921
  2. The Times, 1 December 1930