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V. and E. Friedland

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March 1946.
November 1946.
September 1953.
December 1953.
December 1954.
May 1957.
December 1962.
January 1969. Door chimes, bells and pushes.

of Lowerhouse Mills, Bollington, Cheshire.

Maker of electromechanical door chimes.

1932 Founded in London by Jewish immigrants Victor and Efim Friedland.

c.1940 Business relocated to Bollington due to enemy bombing.

1985 Acquired by MK Electric.

Currently: wide range of contemporary wirefree chimes and security products, many of which have been designed to operate together to provide residential security and alerts for the whole of your property.


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