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Binney and Son

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June 1888. Leather machine belts.

of Birmingham, and Catherine House, 64 City Road, London, EC

Late Henry House and Co

1867 Company established.

Sole licensees of the Lubricative Packing Co

1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail [1]

1891 Offered the Akroyd petroleum engine.

1898 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Charles Richard Binney John Richard Binney and Samuel Denton carrying on business as Mill Furnishers at Catherine-street City-road and No. 62 Queen.Victoria-street in the city of London and Howard-street in the city of Glasgow No. 280 Broad-street Birmingham and Trinity-street Leeds and Pudding Chase Newcastle-on-Tyne under the style or firm of Binney and Son has been dissolved by mutual consent as and from the 27th day of April 1895. All debts due and owing to or by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said John Richard Binney and Samuel Denton. And that in future such business will be carried on by the said John Richard Binney and Samuel Denton as Binney and Son...'[2]

1909 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Manufacturers of steam and hydraulic engine packing, machine beltings, "Asblubric" lubricants and non-slip and belt preservative; engineers' and engineers' stores furnishers. [3]

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