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St. Clements Press

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of Newspaper Buildings, Portugal Street, London, Newspaper and General Printers

Formerly Clement's Printing Works, Ltd.

1889 Incorporated as a Limited Company

1914 Speciality: Printing Daily and Weekly. Newspapers, Magazines and Year Books. Also General Printing.

Publisher of the Financial Times

1919 Acquired by the Berry brothers (William Ewert Berry and James Gomer Berry)

Acquired a variety of ailing enterprises to cover a wide spectrum of media activities, ranging from Kelly's Directories to the Gaumont-British film studios.

The company maintained a strong regional newspaper presence.

By 1926 Suttley and Silverlock was described as their "associated colour house"

1928 Financial Times (1928) Ltd owned the St. Clements Press[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 8, 1928