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of Eclipsol Works, 34 Lower Castle Street, Bristol. London Showrooms: 149 Aldersgate Street, EC1
The premises were also known as the Eclipsol Laboratories and backed onto premises also used by Stokes at 6 Ellbroad Street. This was one of the trades well remembered because of their smell. Gentlemen would purchase a Brylcreem-type hair product at this shop.
1922 British Industries Fair Advert for Good Toilet Goods: Pomade Hongroise**; Brilliantines; Dry Shampoo (Liquid); Bay Rhums**; Toilet Paraffins; Lime Creams; Shaving Sticks; Tooth Powders; Dental Creams; Vanishing Creams; and all kinds of Toilet Goods. (Stand No. A.67) 
1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of "Eclipsol" the Sure Scurf Cure; also Brilliantines, Hair Creams, Lime Creams, Hair Washes, Perfumery, Shaving Soaps and Powders. 
1940 The premises were destroyed in the blitz and the business reestablished itself across the road at Nos 31-35.