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F. W. Reynolds and Co

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1876.
1878.
1882.
1893. Cross-Cutting Power Saw.
Air blower at the ‘Goldmine Experience’ museum, Thames, New Zealand
July 1898.
March 1907.
1907.
1914.Acorn Rising and Falling Table Saw Bench.
1914. Patent Chain and Hollow Chisel Mortising Machines.
Exhibit at the Dover Transport Museum.
Monarch press.
Monarch press (detail).
'The Wheelwright' mortising machine at Tenterden Museum
'The Wheelwright' mortising machine
'The Wheelwright' mortising machine
Fine foundrywork: Band saw in wheelwright’s shop at Cotehele Mill
Planer.
Planer.
Planer.
Planer.
Planer.
Band Saw.
Band Saw (detail).
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of 73 Southwark Street and latterly of Acorn Works, Edward Street, Blackfriars Road, London, SE

1868 Company established by Frederick William Reynolds

1876 Illustrated Catalogue of Builders' Machinery and Appliances: with supplement to May 1875 catalogue dated August 1876. Issued by F. W. Reynolds and Co., 73 Southwark Street, and The Grove London S.E. [1]. Ref 1 is a link to a listing of individual pages of the catalogue, the source being the Museum of English Rural Life [2]

Note that the 1876 catalogue shows a portable steam engine which appears to be identical to those produced by Brown and May, and it is likely that in this case F. W. Reynolds were acting as agents.

1914 Sawmill and general engineers. [3]

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  3. 1914 Whitakers Red Book