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G. H. Zeal

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1921. From The Medical Journal
October 1952.

of 82 Turnmill Street, London, EC1. (1921)

of Lombard Road, Morden Road, London, SW19. Telephone: Liberty 2283. Cables: "Zealdom, London". (1947)

1888 Company founded.

1921 Advert for "Repello" Clinical Thermometer and New Improved Lens Finder. [1]

c1930s G. H. Zeal Ltd., of Lombard Road, Merton, London SW 19 3UU of anemometers, barometers, barographs, hygrometers, hygrographs, radiation instruments, rain gauges, sunshine recorders, thermometers, thermometer screens, thermographs.[2]

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Hydrometers, Pyrometers, thermometers, Clinical, Industrial and Mechanical. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. A.1099) [3]

  • Note: (12/08)
    • The company, still in London, SW19, is now based in Merton, and has its own website:[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Medical Journal. 1921
  2. Typed donated document - 'Some Sources of Meteorological Instruments and Equipment' (date unknown but possibly circa 1930s.)
  3. 1947 British Industries Fair p305