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Henry Pels and Co

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1908.
February 1911.
1926. Shearing machine for 8 inch billets.
1929. Bar and Billet Shears.
1929. Plate-Splitting Shears.
1929. Heavy Duty Billet and Slab Shears.
1931. Combination Portable Shears, Puncher, Cropper and Notcher.

Manufacturers of 32-38 Osnaburgh Street, London, NW1.

1908 John's patent punching and shearing machines

1926 Moved offices from 40 Great Marlborough Street, London W. 1 to 32-38 Osnaburgh Street, London N.W.1 (near Great Portland Street underground station). New telephone number, Museum 8880. The telegraphic address remains "Rypelsneh, London".[1]

1937 Manufacturers of presses, punches and shears [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1951 North British Locomotive Co acquired a controlling interest in Henry Pels and Co. (Great Britain), Ltd.


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