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British Music and Tennis Strings

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as British Music Strings, of of 33 Monsell Road, London, N4. (1922)

as British Music Strings, of 130 Shacklewell Lane, Dalston, London, E8. Telephone: Clissold 7714. Cables: "Cello, London". (1929)

as British Music and Tennis Strings, ditto above. (1947)

  • 1922 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Strings, "Cathedral" and "Summit" Brands, for the Violin, Banjo, Mandoline, Guitar, Viola, Violoncello, Double Bass, Jap Fiddle, Zither, Auto-Harp, Harp. (Stand No. B.21) [1]
  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Tennis and Badminton Gut, brands "Arena" and "B.M.S." Music Strings in Gut, Steel, and Silk for every stringed instrument, brands, "Cathedral", "Summit", "Blue Circle". and "Minstrel." Drum Snares Covered and Spiral. (Stand No. B.50) [2]
  • 1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Highest Grade Music Strings for all Instruments. Gut, Steel, Silk Wound. Brands, "Cathedral", "Primaestro", "Summit". Specialities Tropical Rustless Metal Strings, Goldenspun Metal-Plus Violin Strings, "Primaestro" Tested Gut Strings, Rosin, Bowhair. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. C.1547) [3]
  • 1954 Patent - Improvements in or relating to strings for musical instruments. [4]


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