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William Naylor

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1858.
1858. Double-Acting Steam Hammer.

of Norwich

1855 Improvements to the steam-hammer. Described and illustrated in The Practical Mechanic's Journal, 1856.

1858 of Bracondale, Norwich.[1]

1859 The Practical Mechanic's Journal of July included drawings of steam hammers designed by W. Naylor of 3 Old Broad Street, London, 'an indefatigable worker for the improvement of steam or mechanically acting hammers', and made by the Kirkstall Forge Co.

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