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A. E. G. Electrical Co

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A. E. G. Electric Company/A. E. G. Electrical Company, of Caxton House, London

The British branch of the parent AEG company in Berlin.

1909 A. E. G. disposed of their English installation, engineering and consumers' business to A. E. G. Electric Co who were prepared to quote for all AEG manufactures from glow lamps to Turbo-Dynamos[1]

Ceiling fans and others

1909 Amalgamated with the Electrical Co, British representatives of Electric Engineering Co

By 1910 was being referred to as AEG or AEG (Foreign Department).

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times Dec 15, 1909