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1920 Became part of [[Sheffield Steel Products]]
 
1920 Became part of [[Sheffield Steel Products]]
  
1922 Directors: A. H. Wild (Chairman), [[Arthur Stubbs]], O.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. M.I.A.E. Manufactures.—Armament, aircraft, automobile boiler, constructional, cycle, electrical, machine tool railway carriage and wagons, shipbuilding, and all engineering trades.
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1922 Directors: [[A. H. Wild]] (Chairman), [[Arthur Stubbs]], O.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. M.I.A.E. Manufactures.—Armament, aircraft, automobile boiler, constructional, cycle, electrical, machine tool railway carriage and wagons, shipbuilding, and all engineering trades.
  
 
1936 The business was sold by [[Sheffield Steel Products]]<ref>The Times, Jul 25, 1936</ref>
 
1936 The business was sold by [[Sheffield Steel Products]]<ref>The Times, Jul 25, 1936</ref>

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October 1912.
November 1912.
November 1912.
1918.
January 1920.
November 1926.

of Bridge Street, Smethwick, Staffs

Drop Forgers, Engineers & Stampers

Part of Amalgamated Stampers of Birmingham

1920 Became part of Sheffield Steel Products

1922 Directors: A. H. Wild (Chairman), Arthur Stubbs, O.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. M.I.A.E. Manufactures.—Armament, aircraft, automobile boiler, constructional, cycle, electrical, machine tool railway carriage and wagons, shipbuilding, and all engineering trades.

1936 The business was sold by Sheffield Steel Products[1]

1937 Drop forging manufacturers. [2]

1949 Company wound up. B. H. Crewe, Chairman.[3]

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