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Bliss and Co

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of 13 and 15 Sun Street, Finsbury, London, EC2. Manufactories at 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 Earl Street, Finsbury, London, EC2; Banbury, Oxon and 126 Hatherton Street, Walsall, Staffs (now West Midlands).

  • 1922 British Industries Fair Advert (double paged) as Manufacturers of: Purses; Trinket Boxes; Tobacco Pouches; Cigar and Cigarette Cases; Attaché and Blouse Cases; Collar Boxes, etc; Music Cases, Blotters and Bridge Boxes; Pocket Wallets; Writing Cases; Manicure Cases; Writing Pads; Card Cases; Commercial Cases; Treasury Note Cases; Jewel Boxes; Dollar Bill Cases; Ladies' Handbags; Work Baskets and Cases; Fitted Dressing Cases; Fitted Attaché Cases; Pouchettes. "Every article issued from this house is entirely made by us". (Stand No. J.151) [1]
  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of: Ladies' Handbags; Purses; Letter Cases; Wallets; Jewel Cases; Dollar Bill Cases; Writing Cases; Attaché Cases; Music Cases; Shirt Cases; Bottle Cases. (Stand No. P.63) [2]

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