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of 62-64 Strode Road, Willesden Green, London, N.W.10.

Established 1909.

1922 Capital £100,000. Employees: 50. Directors: Charles Liddell Simpson M.I.Mech.E., Bertram de Quincey-Quincey, and Harry Etherington, F.C.I. Manufactures.— Die castings in zinc, tin and lead alloys.

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Bearings and Sinterings. Manganese Bronze of Ipswich, Deans and Lightalloys and Patent Die-Casting Co were linked companies[1]

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