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Exide

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Advertising Sign.
Advertising Plaque.
1920. Ironclad-Exide.
January 1920. Exide.
January 1920.
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November 1922.
June 1923.
August 1923.
October 1925.
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December 1927.
May 1930.
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1949.
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November 1958. Silver Exide.
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Batteries and accumulators

1920 October. Chloride exhibited Ironclad Exide batteries for road vehicles at the Commercial Motor Exhibition at Olympia[1]

1938 Exide Company. D. P. Dunne is Chairman, E. C. McKinnon is Chief Engineer

Post-WWII Exide low tension accumulators and Drydex high tension batteries sold for use in radios (see adverts).

1989 Chloride sold the Exide Europe automotive battery business[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer of 22nd October 1920 p400
  2. The Times, May 24, 1989