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George and Jobling

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1910.
1923.

of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, maker of a Biplane; later Car and Light Commercial Vehicle Stockists.

Arthur Edward George became a motor engineer, salesman and coachbuilder in partnership with Robert Lee Jobling, trading under the name George and Jobling.

Moved to 20 South Street, home of the firm for over 60 years.

1953 Proprietor: R. L. Jobling.



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