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Wilmot Manufacturing Co

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August 1926.

of Eastern Works, Camden Street, Birmingham and 40 High Holborn, London, WC

1913 Dissolution of the Partnership between Walter Henry Marks, Samuel Tobias Cohn, John Paul Wilmot, and William Slaney Wilmot, in the business of Manufacturing Silversmiths and ElectroPlate Manufacturers, carried on under the style or firm of "THE WILMOT MANUFACTURING CO.," at 92 to 100, Camden-street, in the city ofBirmingham, so far as regards the Samuel Tobias Cohn, who retired. Walter Henry Marks, John Paul Wilmot, and William Slaney Wilmot, continue the business[1]

1915 William Slaney Wilmot retired from the Partnership which was continued by Walter Henry Marks and John Paul Wilmot[2]

1922 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Nickel, Brass, and Bronze Novelties for Stationers, Tobacconists, Advertising; Silver and Electro-plated Table, Hotel, Sports and Fancyware. (Stand Nos. K.33 and K.62) [3]

1926 Thermometer ("Calormeter") for cars (see advert)

1927 Presumably reformed as Wilmot Breeden at Eastern Works, Birmingham.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 21 March 1913
  2. London Gazette 2 April 1915
  3. 1922 British Industries Fair Page 86