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Burton, Griffiths and Co

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1899. Gisholt Lathe.
1900.
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1902. 20 inch disc grinder.
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July 1910. Lapointe Broaching Machines.
December 1910.
October 1912. Capstan Drill.
October 1912. Gisholt Turret Lathe.
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January 1920. BSA Milling Cutters.
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July 1952. RHS of advertisement.
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C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co, of Ludgate Square, London EC

of Marston Green.

See Edward Meredith Griffiths

1897 Established for factoring and distributing metal equipment.

1909 Agents in the UK for Landis Tool Co.

1911 The Acme 9 inch sawing machine. (C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co).

1920 September. Exhibited at the Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia with machine tools.

1920 Four-spindle Semi-automatic Lathe. Article and Illustration in 'The Engineer' (C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co of Ludgate Square).

1927 Advert. Engineering production specialists.

By 1927 was controlled by the Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA)

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers.

Represented B.S.A. Tools Group and many American makers of metalworking equipment including Gisholt Machine Company.

Later owned by BSA Tools Ltd.

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Sources of Information

  • The Engineer of 23rd November 1900 Supplement
  • The Engineer of 10th September 1920 p244
  • The Engineer of 21st July 1911 p80
  • Mechanical World Year Book 1927. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p122