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Peto-Scott

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February 1922.
August 1937.
November 1938.

Peto-Scott Company, makers of electrical gramophones, radio gramophones and radio receivers; also showrooms and retail establishment in City Road, London EC and other locations in London (1928)

1919 Company formed by Walter Scott Worthington[1]

1923 Private limited company formed

1925 the New Times Sales Co was established as the sales organisation

1928 Acquired by British Radio Gramophone Co, a company incorporated for that purpose[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Nov 27, 1928
  2. The Times Nov 26, 1928