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Moss and Gamble Brothers

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Nov 1919.

Moss and Gamble Brothers of Franklin Works, Russell Street, Sheffield.

Steel makers

1853 Company formed by Joseph Gamble, his brother Thomas, and Joshua Moss[1]

1855 Exhibited edge tools at the 1855 Paris Exhibition

1922 Employees: 300. Directors: Arnold Gamble, Bernard Gamble, A. D. Belchee, B. Morris, H. Vickers. Products.— Forgings up to 10 tons; tool steel; files, saws, hammers.

1997 Firth Rixson acquired Moss and Gamble Brothers, open die forgers, from Barworth Holdings[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Obituary of Joseph Gamble
  2. The Times, December 24, 1997