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1957.
February 1959.

of Willenhall

By 1957 was part of the Owen Organisation. Perhaps connected with C. and L. Hill, also of Willenhall.


NB ALZEN was a metal alloy, two parts aluminium and one part zinc, invented in Germany c.1908. It was said to equal cast iron in strength, but was much more elastic. It had rust-resistant properties and took a high polish[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1908/03/27 p.323