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of 27-29 Green Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham. Also at Berners House, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, W1. Telephone: Birmingham - Victoria 684; London - Museum 6472. Cables: "Brextonian, Birmingham"
1929 Advert for 'Brexton' Tea and Luncheon Outfits; Brexton and Orlkar Motor Travel Equipment; Norco Traveller's Sample Cases. Speciality: Sample Cases Fitted in Motor Trunks. Medical and Surgical Cases. Trade Marks: "Brexton" and "Norco".(Leather Goods Section - Stand No. P.14) 
By 1939 the name had changed to Brexton
Curiously J. B. Brooks and Co also made luggage of this type but the name is spelled differently