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Radfords and Co

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Radfords & Co of Waterloo Foundry, David Street, Manchester

1838 Advertisement: 'RADFORDS and Co. respectfully inform the Public, that they have REMOVED the STOCK of their own Manufactures to their NEW PREMISES in DAVID STREET, adjoining the Waterloo Foundry, where they continue to make, and have on Sale, an extensive assortment of iron castings, of every description required in the building trade; also weighing machines, fireproof book safes, stoves, grates, mangles, shower baths, iron garden rollers, boilers, palisades, stable castings, steam and water pipes, slide water and steam valves, cranes, crabs, blocks, teagles for warehouses, and every description of hoisting machinery.'[1]

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  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 3rd November 1838