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Eyre Smelting Co

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December 1907.
July 1908.
Nov 1919.
November 1926.
May 1944.
January 1948.
January 1953.
May 1953. Ariel and Esco.
Aug 1962.

of Tonbridge, Kent and Victoria Street, Westminster, London, SW (1914)

of Tandem Works, Merton Abbey, London, SW19

1912 Exhibitor at the Non-Ferrous Metals Exhibition at the Royal Agricultural Halls[1].

1914 Manufacturers of the "Eyre" anti-friction metals, used by railways, tramways, marine and for lining bearings; "Bamber's" non-encrusting zincs for primary batteries. [2]

1937 White anti-friction metals. "Ariel" Phospher Bronze. "Tandem" White Metals. [3]

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