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Paton, Calvert and Co

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May 1957.

of Binns Road, Old Swan, Liverpool, and 58 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1. Telephone: Old Swan 372 and Waterloo 1431-2. Cables: "Brilliant, Liverpool"; "Compoboxes, Sedist, London". (1929)

of Binns Road, Old Swan, Liverpool, 13. Telephone: Liverpool Stoneycroft 2721. Cables: "Brilliant, Liverpool". London Office: 419 Old Kent Road, London, SE1. (1947)

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. The "Happynak" Series of Metal Toys, including Tea Sets, Drums, Seaside Pails and Spades, Money Boxes. Hardware Lines including Tea Trays, Kerbs, Hearthplates, Anti-Splashplates. Baking Pans. The "Gee-Wiz" Race Game. (Stand No. D.14) [1]

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of "Handiware" Decorated Metal Trays. Tinware Baking Pans, Bun Tins, Sandwich Tins, Steel Frypans, Aluminium Hollow-ware. "Happynak" Decorated Metal Toys, Seaside Pails, Teasets, Money Boxes. (Olympia, 1st Floor, Stand No. G.2001) [2]

1961 Manufacturers of composite boxes, housewares, plastics and polishes, also label printers. 700 employees. [3]

Notes

Paton Calvert have their own Website: [1]


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