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Walker and Hall of Electro-works, Howard Street, Sheffield were silversmiths and cutlers
1852 There were 20 employees
1865 Dissolution of the Partnership between George Walker, Henry Hall, and John Edward Bingham, carrying on business at Sheffield, in the county of York, as Electroplaters, Gilders, and Bronzers, and Manufacturers of Silver and Electro-plated Goods, under the style or firm of Walker and Hall, so far as regards George Walker. Henry Hall and John Edward Bingham continued the businesses under the same style
1894 1,500 employees reported. 
1900 Charles Henry Bingham, a partner in the firm died in October. 
1914 Manufacturers of gold and sterling silver goods, cutlery and electro-plate. 
1920 Private company.
1956-64 Peter Inchbald was the Managing Director