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1961. Garrison.

of Garrison Works, Garrison Lane, Birmingham. Telephone: Birmingham, Victoria 195 (2 lines). Cables: "Garrison, Birmingham". (1929)

of Garrison Lane, Birmingham. Telephone: Victoria 0195. Telegraphic Address: "Garrison, Birmingham". (1937)

1919 Patent - Improvements relating to Methods and Means of Fixing Handles or Knobs on Lids or Covers of Urns, Saucepans, and other Utensils. [1]

1919 Patent - Improvements in and relating to Handles for Urns, Porridge Pots, Stew Jars, and the like. [2]

1929 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Garrison Picnic Outfits; Motor Trunks; Uniform Cases; Cabin Trunks; various Canvas Cases (Camera, Portable Gramophone, Sports, Vacuum Flasks); Jewel Cases; Deed and Cash Boxes; wireless Cabinets; Fancy Trays; Aluminium and other goods. (Leather Goods Section - Stand No. P.67) [3]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Picnic Sets. Japanned Goods. Uniform Cases. Cash Boxes. Aluminium Holloware. Japanned Watering Cans. Spinners' Polishes. (Stand Nos. A.425 and A.320) [4]

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  1. [1] Wikipatents
  2. [2] Wikipatents
  3. 1929 British Industries Fair Advert 74; and p126
  4. 1937 British Industries Fair p395