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Cox and Co (Watford)

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Cox of Watford By-Pass, Watford, Herts. Telephone: Watford 5631-5. Cables: "Coxanco, Phone, Watford"

WWII Manufactured parts for the De Havilland Mosquito [1]

1947 British Industries Fair Advert for Cox Tubular Steel Furniture. Manufacturers of Metal Furniture for Office, Factory, Home, School and Hospital. Seating for Theatres, Halls and Public Buildings. Restaurant and Canteen Furniture. Tabular Steel Manipulation Motorcar Seats and Fittings. (Office Appliances Section - Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. 1414) [2]

1948 Patent - Improvements in sliding seats. [3]

1950 Patent - Improvements in slides for vehicle seats and the like. [4]

1951 Festival of Britain - Festival Hall auditorium seating, designed by Robin Day in association with Cox and Co (Watford) Ltd. [5]

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Car components.[6]

1967 Acquired by Raleigh Industries


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Sources of Information

  1. Mosquito by C. Martin Sharp and Michael J. F. Bowyer. Published by Crecy Books in 1995. ISBN 0-947554-41-6
  2. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 444; and p72
  3. [1] Wikipatents
  4. [2] Wikipatents
  5. [3] Making the Modern World
  6. 1963 Motor Show