Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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I. Murray Innes

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of 82 Regent Street, London, W1 (1922)

of Castle Street, Reading, and Chesham House, Regent Street, London W1. Telephone: London Gerrard 2082 and Reading 1753. Cables: "Johnogrote, Reading" (1929)

  • 1922 British Advert for John O'Groat Art Leather Work. Embossed and Tooled Handbags, in Artistic and Original Designs. Also Blotters, Purses, Note Cases, etc. Unique Leather Calendars. Also Manufacturers of Shopping Bags, Card Cases, Blotters, Writing Pad Covers, Pocket Books, Photo Frames, Bridge Cases and Book Covers. (Stand No.J.9) [1]
  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturer of Fancy Leather Goods; Ladies' Medium and High-class Handbags, including crocodile, lizard, woven and printed leathers; Calendars, Purses, Blotters, etc. Large Range of Stationery and Haberdashery Novelties. (Stand No. P.64) [2]

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