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British Industrial History

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1922

of Tything, Worcs. London Showrooms at 69 Fore Street, EC2. (1922)

of Rex Works, Tything, Worcs. Telephone: 288 Worcester. Cables: "Frames, Worcester". (1929)

1879 Company established.

1922 British Industries Fair Advert. The Premier House for Photo Frames in Great Britain. Frames in Gilt, Oxydised, Copper and Nickel finishes; Framed Pictures, Framed Mirrors, Gold Enamel. (Stand No. K.31) [1]

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Metal Photo Frames in the following finishes: Silvolac, Oxydized Silver, Ebony, Rosewood, Art Colours, Oxydized Bronze, Untarnishable Gilt and various other finishes. (Stand No. R.42) [2]


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