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Hawksley and Sons

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17 New Cavendish Street, London, W1

83 Wigmore Street, London

357 Oxford Street, London, W1

1869 - established in Oxford Street, London by Charles Hawksley

1930s - company was bought by the renowned US business William Baum and began making precision blood pressure measuring equipment

Collections of their manufactures are held by the London Science Museum.[1]

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