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J. M. Newton, Vitreo-Colloid (1928)

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1929. British Industries Fair catalogue.

of Kingsbury House, King Street, St James, London, SW1. Telephone: Regent 6916-7. Cables: "Vitreolid, Piccy, London"

  • 1928 Patent - Improvements relating to gramophone records.
  • 1928 Patent - A new or improved flexible ventilator sheet for motor-car side curtains or other uses.
  • 1929 British Industries Fair Advert for Vitreo Colloid 'The New Flexible Glass'. Manufacturers of "Vitreo-Colloid" a substitute for glass and celluloid, which does not discolour, is very tough, and non-inflammable for side curtains and hoods for motor cars. Good insulating properties, etc. (Fancy Goods Section - Stand No. J.149) [1]

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  1. 1929 British Industries Fair Advert 31 and p125