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British Industrial History

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July 1906.
April 1908. Advert in French.
October 1909.
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of 54 Long Acre, London, maker of automotive lamps and, later, aircraft

of Addlestone, Surrey

Up to c.1907 Weldhen and Bleriot sold lamps for cars made to Bleriot's design

By 1909 Bleriot Ltd had been formed at the same address; also advertised monoplanes.

Established a factory at Brooklands and built aircraft there until 1916

c.1923 The company became Air Navigation and Engineering Co

Associated with French make of automobiles.

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