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of Crown Works, Tottenham, London, N15
 
of Crown Works, Tottenham, London, N15
  
* 1922 Listed Exhbitior.  Manufacturers of Envelopes,  Notepapers, Pads, Compendiums, Boxed Stationery, Account Books, Articles de Fantaisie; Letterpress and Lithographic Printing, Relief Stamping; Printers' Fancy Cards. (Stand No. L.61)
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1922 Listed Exhibitor.  Manufacturers of Envelopes,  Notepapers, Pads, Compendiums, Boxed Stationery, Account Books, Articles de Fantaisie; Letterpress and Lithographic Printing, Relief Stamping; Printers' Fancy Cards. (Stand No. L.61)
  
*By 1931 became Basildon Bond.
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By 1931 became [[Basildon Bond]].
  
* The Company was then bought out by [[John Dickinson and Co]] in 1932.<ref>http://www.thepapertrail.org.uk/default.asp?V_DOC_ID=1120</ref>
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1932 The Company was bought out by [[John Dickinson and Co]].<ref>http://www.thepapertrail.org.uk/default.asp?V_DOC_ID=1120</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
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Latest revision as of 10:27, 5 June 2020

May 1931.
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of Crown Works, Tottenham, London, N15

1922 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Envelopes, Notepapers, Pads, Compendiums, Boxed Stationery, Account Books, Articles de Fantaisie; Letterpress and Lithographic Printing, Relief Stamping; Printers' Fancy Cards. (Stand No. L.61)

By 1931 became Basildon Bond.

1932 The Company was bought out by John Dickinson and Co.[1]

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