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John Griffiths Cycle Corporation

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Cycle retailers, of Dublin

1893 Public company launched to acquire various cycle selling organisation and to work various exclusive cycle agencies with Bayliss, Thomas and Co, Coventry Machinists Co, Humber and Co, Premier Cycle Co, Raleigh Cycle Co, Referee Cycle Co, Singer and Co, Sparkbrook Manufacturing Co, St. George's Engineering Co, Trent Cycle Co, Triumph Cycle Co, Whitworth Cycle Co, Sharratt and Lisle, Humber, Cripps and Goddard. In addition several cycle agency branches were acquired.[1]

1899 of Oriel House, Victoria Buildings, Manchester.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Standard, 27 November 1893
  2. * The Autocar 1899/01/14