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Griffin Iron Foundry

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of Crompton Street, Clerkenwell

1833 Advertisement: 'Iron Foundry. TO LET, the extensive PREMISES known as the GRIFFIN IRON FOUNDRY, Crompton- street, Clerkenwell, London. The Plant consists of a lofty moulding shop, drying stove, warehouse, smiths' shop, stable, sheds, counting house, and dwelling-house. The engine and boiler are of the most approved construction, and perfectly new. The foundry fittings and fixtures, patterns, flasks, and other requisites, are in every respect complete. The connection is highly respectable, and to any person entering the trade an opportunity is here offered such as is rarely met with.— For further particulars, address (post-paid) to Mr. Eaton, at the Foundry.' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Chester Chronicle - 6th December 1833