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Eagle and Globe Steel Co

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of Capital Steel Works, Sheffield

Steel and tool manufacturers

Associated company of Seebohm and Dieckstahl

1902 Company registered. 'This company has just been registered with a capital of £10,000 in £1 shares, to carry on the business of steel and iron manufacturers, tool and machine manufacturers, casters, forgers, lifters, rollers, melters, and converters of steel, iron, and other metals, ironfounders, smelters, ironmasters, metal workers, coal masters, engineers, wire drawers and manufacturers, makers of files, plates, forgings (rolled and hammered), castings, swords, guns, bayonets, saws, edge tools, cutlery, hammers, shovels, tyres, conicals, volutes, springs, anvils, vices, forges, jacks, buffers, mining tools, railway and contractors tools, steel wire rope, etc. The subscribers are:— J. N. R. Schott, 5 shares, Brocco bank, Sheffield, steel manufacturer; G. S. Watson, Wood lane, Beanchief, Sheffield, steel manufacturer, 1 share; A. Balfour, Brocco bank, Sheffield, steel manufacturer, 1 share; M. Emmrich, 25 Moor Oaks road, Sheffield, manager, 1 share; A. Wightman, 14 George street, Sheffield, solicitor, 1 share; H. E. Hollis, 40, Union street, Glasgow, steel manufacturer, 1 share; E. Boothby, 52 Minna road, Sheffield, steel maker. No initial public issue. The number of directors is not to be less than two nor more than five; the first are J. N. R. Schott, E. Sonne, A. Balfour, G. S. Watson, and H. E. Hollis'[1]

1914 Listed as Eagle and Globe Steel Co, Engineer Tool Works, Broughton Lane and of Dannemora Steel Works, Sheffield.[2]

1914 Listed as Eagle and Globe Steel Co., Ltd., Greenland rd, Sheffield.[3]

Note: Dannemora Steel Works later renamed Capital Steel Works

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Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Independent - Tuesday 23 September 1902
  2. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 17 June 1914
  3. Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 20 October 1914