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[[Image:Im189601RE-Denny.jpg|thumb| January 1896. ]]
 
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'''Denny, Mott and Dickson''' of 14 Fenchurch Street, London, EC
 
'''Denny, Mott and Dickson''' of 14 Fenchurch Street, London, EC
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1914 Timber importers and merchants. Speciality: all timber employed by railway rolling stock and naval constructors and by large contractors; does very extensive business as teak, mahogany, hardwood and general timber importers and merchants; also general export business to Siam and South Africa. <ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
 
1914 Timber importers and merchants. Speciality: all timber employed by railway rolling stock and naval constructors and by large contractors; does very extensive business as teak, mahogany, hardwood and general timber importers and merchants; also general export business to Siam and South Africa. <ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
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Later merged with [[William Mallinson and Sons]] to form [[Mallinson-Denny]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:56, 26 March 2021

January 1896.
1914.
November 1961.

Denny, Mott and Dickson of 14 Fenchurch Street, London, EC

1875 Company established.

1900 A private limited company acquired the business.

1906 Private company was reconstituted with a capital of £300,000.

1914 Timber importers and merchants. Speciality: all timber employed by railway rolling stock and naval constructors and by large contractors; does very extensive business as teak, mahogany, hardwood and general timber importers and merchants; also general export business to Siam and South Africa. [1]

Later merged with William Mallinson and Sons to form Mallinson-Denny.

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