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J. and H. Glasman

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1949.

of 40 East India Dock Road, Limehouse, London, E14. (1929)

of Betal Works, Plaistow Road, London, E15. (1947)

  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Conductor Sets, Scout Sets, Indian Sets, Children's Tool and Fretwork Outfits, Xmas Stockings, Lucky Snowball and Snowmen, Toy Shops, etc., and Indoor Games. (Stand No. C.51) [1]
  • 1947 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Carpenters Tool Sets; Metal Toys Mechanical and Non-Mechanical; Carded and Boxed Tool Sets; Conductor Sets; Cowboy Sets; A large Variety of Outdoor and Indoor Games; Forts, Table Tennis, Needlework and Dressmaking Sets. Trains on lines. A large range of Kindergarten Games and Toys. (Toys and Games Section - Olympia, 3rd Floor, Stand No. K.2427) [2]


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