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1906 [[Warwick Joseph Wright| Mr. Warwick Wright]], concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars, joined Messrs [[Ernest Arnott and Holloway]] on their stand at the 1906 Show/
 
1906 [[Warwick Joseph Wright| Mr. Warwick Wright]], concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars, joined Messrs [[Ernest Arnott and Holloway]] on their stand at the 1906 Show/
  
Immediately after the Olympia Show the title of the company was altered to include the name of Mr. Warwick Wright - thus [[Warwick Wright and Ernest Arnott]]
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Immediately after the Olympia Show the title of that company was altered to include the name of Mr. Warwick Wright - thus [[Warwick Wright and Ernest Arnott]]
  
 
1906 Selling [[Minerva]].<ref>Morning Post - Monday 19 November 1906</ref>
 
1906 Selling [[Minerva]].<ref>Morning Post - Monday 19 November 1906</ref>

Latest revision as of 13:14, 30 June 2020

formerly Ernest Arnott and Holloway

1906 Mr. Warwick Wright, concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars, joined Messrs Ernest Arnott and Holloway on their stand at the 1906 Show/

Immediately after the Olympia Show the title of that company was altered to include the name of Mr. Warwick Wright - thus Warwick Wright and Ernest Arnott

1906 Selling Minerva.[1]

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  1. Morning Post - Monday 19 November 1906