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London Scottish Foundry

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1938. "Dyneley" Cooker. "Glen" Domestic Boiler.

London Scottish Foundry Ltd. of Barking, Essex. Telephone: Rippleway 3461 (2 lines). Telegraphic Address: "Castings, Barking"

Presumably also known as the Scotch Foundry by Wilsons and Mathiesons.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. "Yorkist" Stoves, "Yorkdale" and "Dyneley" Back-to-Back Ranges. "Dyneley" Oven-over Fire Stoves. "Glenburn" Domestic Boilers. Portable Ranges. Plain Roll, Stepped Front and Bowed Front Baths. Also Competitive Patterns. (Stand Nos. B.701 and B.600)

1943 Patent (Scotch Foundry) - Back-to-back ranges. [1]


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