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1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Lighting Products, including ''Mazda'' Mercra; Projector Lamps; ''Mazda'' Gas-filled and ''Mazda'' Vacuum Lamps; Light Tubes for Architectural Lighting; '''B. T. H.''' Lighting Equipment for Street, Industrial and Floodlighting; ''Maxdalux'' Floodlight Projectors; etc. (Stand No. Cb.607 and Cb.504) <ref>[[1937 British Industries Fair]] Advert inside front cover; and p340</ref>
 
1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Lighting Products, including ''Mazda'' Mercra; Projector Lamps; ''Mazda'' Gas-filled and ''Mazda'' Vacuum Lamps; Light Tubes for Architectural Lighting; '''B. T. H.''' Lighting Equipment for Street, Industrial and Floodlighting; ''Maxdalux'' Floodlight Projectors; etc. (Stand No. Cb.607 and Cb.504) <ref>[[1937 British Industries Fair]] Advert inside front cover; and p340</ref>
  
1946 Formed '''Glass Bulbs''' Ltd jointly with [[GEC]]; supplied the blown glass envelopes used by [[Marconi-Osram Valve Co|M-O Valve]] and as well as other valve makers<ref>http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1950_1959/fulltext/020c02.pdf</ref>.
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1946 Formed [[Glass Bulbs]] Ltd jointly with [[GEC]]; supplied the blown glass envelopes used by [[Marconi-Osram Valve Co|M-O Valve]] and as well as other valve makers<ref>http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1950_1959/fulltext/020c02.pdf</ref>.
  
 
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== See Also ==

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Note: This is a sub-section of BTH

A brand of electric filament lamps for cars and other uses, and electronic valves, made by BTH Rugby.

1911 BTH acquired licences for all of General Electric's drawn-wire light bulbs, which they produced under the Mazda trademark[1].

1911 Electrical Exhibition. Mazda lamps from 6 to 600 watts and other equipment[2].

WWI Using its experience in making filament lamps, BTH became a manufacturer of radio valves.

1926 Obtained a six months' contract for the supply of Mazda vacuum and gas-filled lamps to the Southern Railway.[3]

1928 BTH ceased valve making except for special purpose valves that it required for its production of non-domestic electronic equipment[4]

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Lighting Products, including Mazda Mercra; Projector Lamps; Mazda Gas-filled and Mazda Vacuum Lamps; Light Tubes for Architectural Lighting; B. T. H. Lighting Equipment for Street, Industrial and Floodlighting; Maxdalux Floodlight Projectors; etc. (Stand No. Cb.607 and Cb.504) [5]

1946 Formed Glass Bulbs Ltd jointly with GEC; supplied the blown glass envelopes used by M-O Valve and as well as other valve makers[6].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer of 25th August 1911 p197
  2. The Engineer of 13th October 1911 p388
  3. The Engineer 1926/02/19
  4. Competition Commission report
  5. 1937 British Industries Fair Advert inside front cover; and p340
  6. http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1950_1959/fulltext/020c02.pdf