Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Rexer Arms Co

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Manufacturer of machine-guns

1907 Turned its attention also to motor vehicles, specifically the “Rexer” steam car made under the patents of Messrs. Friedmann and Knoller, of Vienna. Planned to acquire a motor manufacturing business near Charleroi, in Belgium, where the Metallurgique cars were constructed. The name of the company was altered to the Rexer Company, Limited[1]

1908 Wound up

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Sources of Information

  1. Autocar 1907/03/23