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Barnes and Co

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of Fishmongers' Hall Offices, Upper Thames Street, London, EC (1914)

of Battle Bridge Lane, Tooley Street, London, SE1 - Head Office, Factory and Warehouse. Telephone: Waterloo 1434-6. Cables: "Barnes, London" (1929)

  • Established 1857.
  • 1914 Export provision merchants, manufacturers and ship store dealers. Specialities: the celebrated Home-Made Scarlet Strawberry jam and Home-Made Orange Marmalade, the "Nile" sauce, piquant sweet pickle and a great variety of preserved provisions and table delicacies including jams, marmalade, bottled fruits, pickles, sauces, potted meats and fish, table jellies etc. packed under the firm's "Pyramid" trademark. [1]
  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of "Pyramid" Brand Specialities, James, Jellies, Marmalades, from selected fresh fruits and refined sugar. Potted Meats and Fish, Pickles, Sauces, Soups, Mincemeat, Candied Peel, Bottled Fruits. Specialists in the Export Trade. (Stand Nos. K.39 and K.50) [2]


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