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Jordan and Sons

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1929. British Industries Fair catalogue.

of 116-118 Chancery Lane, London, WC2. Telephone: Holborn 0434. Cables: "Certificate, Fleet, London"

Established 1863

1900 "On the 21st instant a company was registered by Jordan and Sons, under the title of John Langfield and Company, to acquire and take over the business of engineers now carried on under the style of John Langfield and Co., at 11, Blackfriars-street, Manchester, and Furnace-street, Dukinfield, Chester".[1]

1900 James Blezard and Sons was registered by Jordan and Sons to acquire and carry on the business of iron-founders, mechanical engineers, tool-makers, brass founders. [2]

1929 Advert as Manufacturing Stationers. Law Company and Commercial Printers; Publishers and Account Book Makers. Office Sundries. Company Share Certificates and Securities, Company Books and Registers, Company Requisites and General Office Stationery. Company Printing of all descriptions. Publications on Company Law and Practice. (Stationery Section - Stand No. R.131) [3]

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