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A subsidiary of [[Siemens Brothers and Co]] of 38-9 Upper Thames Street, London, EC4, with lamp factory at Preston.
A subsidiary of [[Siemens Brothers and Co]] of 38-9 Upper Thames Street, London, EC4, with lamp factory at Preston.


Presumably had been previously been the joint venture with [[English Electric Co]], [[English Electric and Siemens Supplies|Siemens and English Electric Lamp Co]]
1923 [[English Electric Co]] and [[Siemens Brothers and Co]], principal shareholders in [[English Electric and Siemens Supplies]], transferred their lamp manufacturing plant at Dalston and Preston to the JV company which would henceforth manage these facilities.  Name changed to [[Siemens and English Electric Lamp Co]] Ltd, with registered office at Caxton House, Westminster.  Products included lamps, wires, fuses, wireless apparatus, telephones and instruments<ref>The Times, 8 January 1923</ref>.


1927 Selling [[Xcel]] electric fires made by [[Automatic Electric Co|ATM]]
1927 Selling [[Xcel]] electric fires made by [[Automatic Electric Co|ATM]]

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Siemens radio receiver.

A subsidiary of Siemens Brothers and Co of 38-9 Upper Thames Street, London, EC4, with lamp factory at Preston.

1923 English Electric Co and Siemens Brothers and Co, principal shareholders in English Electric and Siemens Supplies, transferred their lamp manufacturing plant at Dalston and Preston to the JV company which would henceforth manage these facilities. Name changed to Siemens and English Electric Lamp Co Ltd, with registered office at Caxton House, Westminster. Products included lamps, wires, fuses, wireless apparatus, telephones and instruments[1].

1927 Selling Xcel electric fires made by ATM

1931 Siemens Electric Lamps and Supplies made or sold lamps, Xcel fires and domestic appliances, and batteries for wireless sets.[2].

1934 Patent x 2 - Improvements in electric discharge lamps.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Electric Lamps. (Stand No. A.607).[3]

1937 Electrical engineers. "Full O' Power" Batteries. "Siemens" Electric Lamps, Cables, Wires and Telephones. "Sieray" Electric Discharge Lamps.[4]

1938 Member of Cable Makers' Association

1954 Principal home subsidiary of Siemens Brothers and Co

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