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S. and R. J. Everett and Co

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of 939 London Road, Thornton Heath (Greater London). Telephone: Thornton Heath 3252. Cables: "Hypodermic, Croydon"

1936 Company established.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Makers of all sizes and types of Hypodermic Serum and Instrument Needles: also the Standard Range of Hypodermic Syringes in three types, Record All-glass "Glamet"; also Tuberculin Syringes. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stands No. A.1070 and A.1072) [1]

1951 Festival of Britain: Operative at work on a hypodermic needle assembly machine in the Power and Production Pavilion at the South Bank Exhibition, London, May 1951.[2]

1954 Acquired by Smith and Nephew.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1947 British Industries Fair p99
  2. [1] vads: Design Council Archive, University of Brighton