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[[Image:Im1949BIF-Flint.jpg |thumb| 1949. Metolite. ]]
 
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of Tonbridge, Kent.
  
 
1950 A capital re-construction involving formation of a company of the same name and liquidation of the old one<ref>London Gazette Issue 3 March 1950</ref>
 
1950 A capital re-construction involving formation of a company of the same name and liquidation of the old one<ref>London Gazette Issue 3 March 1950</ref>

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1949. Metolite.
1951. Red Devil and Metolite flints.

of Tonbridge, Kent.

1950 A capital re-construction involving formation of a company of the same name and liquidation of the old one[1]

By 1951 was owned by Spark Alloys[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette Issue 3 March 1950
  2. The Times, Jul 23, 1951