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London Metal Warehouses

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September 1933.
1961. Staybright.

Staybrite Showrooms and Offices: 99 Horseferry Road, Westminster, London, SW1

Wireless and Metal Warehouse: Hill Street, Pocock Street, London, SE1.

Telephone: Victoria 3243. Cables: "Stebraware, Sedist, London"

c.1929 Company formed

1929 Listed Exhibitor. "Lunmet" Insulated Terminals and brass parts for Wireless Trade. Aerial Wire in Copper (plain and enamelled), Phosphor Bronze, and Aluminium. Fabricated Articles in Firth Staybrite and Rustless Metal. (Stand No. MM.43) [1]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1969 Stainless steel stockists; part of Pillar Group; merged with Aston-Stedall Aluminium Warehouses in a new company, Metal Centres Ltd[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1929 British Industries Fair Page 105
  2. The Times, Oct 31, 1969