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J. Stone and Co (Deptford)

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December 1929. Turbine Pumps.
March 1958.
June 1958.
November 1961.

of Arklow Road, London S.E.14

1950 Reconstruction of J. Stone and Co to be a holding company; formation of 2 subsidiaries to handle business: J. Stone and Co (Charlton) Ltd (railway air conditioning) and J. Stone and Co (Deptford) Ltd (marine propellers); the existing subsidiaries would be merged into one to handle the mechanical engineering products; the existing 50 percent holdings in Light Metal Forgings Ltd and Stone-Fry Magnesium Ltd would be maintained[1].

By 1952 J. Stone and Co (Charlton) was handling the marine propeller activities too.

1958 Stone's aluminium alloy nails for building (see advert)

1962 Partner in the Beyer Peacock (Hymek) joint venture

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 19 July 1950