Patent Rolling and Compressing Iron Co
of Upper Ordnance Wharf, Rotherhithe
1841 Advert: 'TO EXPORTERS, RAILWAY CONTRACTORS; ENGINEERS, SHIP-BUILDERS, &c. THE PATENT ROLLING and COMPRESSING IRON COMPANY having their works in full operation, are ready to execute orders, to any extent, for the undermentioned articles : —Boiler and Tank Rivets of every description, Bolts for Machinery, Architectural, Agricultural, Ship and Coach Building, Gas, Water, and other works, Railway Pins, Hooks, Screws, &c.
Particulars may be obtained, and specimens seen, upon application to the Secretary. at the Company's Works, Upper Ordnance-wharf, Rotherhithe. By Order of the Board, JOHN ATLEE, Secretary.' 
1843 Sale Notice: 'To Engineers and Others.— By Mr. FULLER, on Thursday, July 20, at Twelve, on the Premises. Upper Ordnance-wharf, late the Patent Rolling and Compressing Iron Company's Works, Rotherhithe, without reserve, VALUABLE MACHINERY, comprising a 12-feet self-acting engine-turning lathe, planing machine, two double-screw cutting-machines, with taps and dies; foot-lathe, 50-feet shafting, 30-spur rigger, and drum-wheels ; cast-iron fly-wheel, 20 feet diameter, weighing twelve tons; 100 feet leather straps, weighing machine (Little's patent.), to weigh two tons ; 30 tons of wrought iron rivets, 10 cwt. of steel, 20 dozen files, smith's tools, anvils, work-benches, and other effects.— To be viewed on Wednesday previous to the sale; when catalogues may be had on the premises, and of Mr. Fuller, 13, Billiter-street, City.'
Sources of Information
- Sun (London) - Monday 25 October 1841
- Morning Herald (London) - Wednesday 14 June 1843