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F. Barton and Co

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49 Lime Street, London, EC

  • 1889 Company established by O. Voge.
  • 1891 E. H. Young joined the firm.
  • 1914 Makers of "Cosy" and "Student" oil stoves, manufacturers' agents and importers of mahogany from Cuba. Specialities: hardware for export, chiefly Dutch stoves, Kaffir pots, sad and box irons; martini rifles, sporting guns and revolvers for all markets; carriage trimmings and belt webs. [1]

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