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of Cleveland Safe and Lock Works, Church Lane, Wolverhampton.
1840 Company established by George Price.
1858 Advertisement: 'GEORGE PRICE, BOILER MAKER, PATENTEE AND MANUFACTURER, WROUGHT-IRON FIRE AND THIEF-PROOF SAFES, IRON DOORS AND FRAMES, ORNAMENTAL PALISADES AND GATES, BUILDERS' IRONWORK, &c., CLEVELAND SAFE WORKS, WOLVERHAMPTON.
The ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT is under the management of Mr. W. DAWES, C.E., for five years Chief Engineer to the Coalbrookdale Company, and Inventor of the Equilibrium Piston for Horizontal Steam Engines.
ORIGINAL DRAWINGS. SPECIFICATIONS, and ESTIMATES prepared for Steam Engines, Iron Roofs, Hydraulic Presses, Suspension and Girder Bridges, and every description of Wrought and Cast Ironwork.
MIDLAND COUNTIES AGENCY OFFICE for the SALE and PURCHASE of MANUFACTURERS' and IRONMASTERS' BUSINESSES and WORKS, STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY, BOILERS, &c. GEORGE PRICE, AUCTIONEER AND MACHINERY VALUER.'
1860 Advertisement. Treble Patent Safes.
1867 Advertisement. 'GEORGE PRICE, Banker’s and Jeweller’s Safe Maker, Cleveland Safe and Lock Works, Wolverhampton, and 86, Queen Street, Cheapside, London'
1914 Under the style George Prices Safe Co the company manufactured safes, steel doors, strong rooms, tubular and steel plate shelving and were general bankers' engineers. Specialities: patent safe and strong room doors, patent self-locking safe and strong room doors, patent adjustable tubular steel shelving for strong rooms for insurance companies etc.