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Mills Equipment Co

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1951. Miltex. Emron.

of 56 Victoria Street, Westminster, London, SW1. Telephone: Victoria 9271-2-3. Cables: "Effigies, Sowest, London"

1937 Manufacturers of webbing, safety belts and harnesses and metal fittings. [1]

1947 British Industries Fair Advert as: 'Leading Specialists in the direct production in London of - Tailored Travel Bags; Sports Bags and Haversacks; Shopping Bags and Carriers; Beach and Knitting Bags; Pochettes and Holdalls; Textile Fancy Goods; Narrow and Deckchair Fabrics; Should Bags and Belts; Portable Wardrobes, etc. Merchandise of particular appeal to Haberdashery, Furnishing, Travel and Fancy Goods Buyers.' All made from Exhibitor's own narrow fabrics. (Fancy Goods Section - Olympia, 1st Floor, Stand No. F.1935) [2]

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