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of Cleveland Street, Wolverhampton
1915 Harry Jones, a foreman frame-builder at the Star Cycle Co, set himself up in business when that company closed. He took over the Star cycle designs and started to produce his own machines at works in Church Lane under the name of Mount Cycles.
By 1925 he had moved to premises in Cleveland Street and built machines and frames to special order for specialised cycle makers.
1951 Listed in the Wolverhampton Red Book, but not in the 1956, or subsequent editions.