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Suttley and Silverlock

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November 1937.

1926 At this time was described as the "associated colour house" of St. Clements Press; they provided high quality printing, including of art works, using letterpress and photo-litho offset methods[1]

Became a branch of Kelly's Directories Ltd.

Works at Andover

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times June 17, 1926