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W. H. Colt (London)

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December 1933.
January 1934.
December 1934. Colt.
February 1962.
December 1962.

W. H. Colt and Son of Bush House, Strand, London, WC2. Telephone: Temple Bar 5112

of Ashford (Kent) (1962)

1931 Private company.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Colt Canadian Cedar Wood Tiles (known in Canada as Shingles) for Roofs and Walls. Economical, durable, beautiful, easy to lay. Cheaper than

c.1938 Colt Ventilation Ltd was also offering Colt Cowls.

1953 Colterro Plaster Lath.

By 1958 the name of the company providing cedar wood buildings had been changed to W. H. Colt, Son and Co Ltd

1962 Colt Cedar wood buildings

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