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White, Tomkins and Courage

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1938.

Clarendo of North Albert Works, Reigate, Surrey. Telephone: Reigate 480. Cables: "Esswhite, Reigate"

Established 1841.

  • 1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of "Reigate" Brand Essential Oils, Soluble Oils, Fruit and Flavouring Essences, Toffee Flavours, Harmless Food Colours, and specialities for the Aereated Water, Confectionery and allied trades; Floral Ottoes**; Reigate Standard Mint. (Stand Nos. K.42 and K.47)
  • Patent - Improvements in liquid fuel furnaces.
  • Note: **
    • Otto, Ottar or Attar - a very fragrant essential oil made in Bulgaria and elsewhere, chiefly from the damask rose. [Origin: Persian]


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