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Paget Prize Plate Co

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December 1900.
June 1901.
July 1901.
September 1912.
September 1912.

of Watford, maker of self-toning papers, bromide papers and plates and colour process.

Presumably previously Paget Dry Plate Co

1887-1895 Records of the Paget Prize Plate Co Ltd of Watford, photographic materials manufacturers [1]

1914 Exhibited 'Bromide Enlargements from colour negatives' at the Royal Photographic Society [2]

1921 Amalgamated Photographic Manufacturers Ltd was formed bringing together seven British companies:

1928 A new organisation was formed, called APeM (Amalgamated Photographic Equipment Manufacturers ), consisting of Rotary Photographic Co, Rajar, Paget Prize Plate Co and Marion and Co.

1929 APeM subsequently became part of Ilford

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] National Archives
  2. [2] Catalogue