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April 1903.

of Lion Screw and Bolt Works, Leeds.

1838 Company established.

1881 Manufacturers of all kinds of bolts, nuts and screws for machinery, as used by engineers, both stationary and locomotive, machinists, tool makers, wagon builders, millwrights, colliery owners, joiners and builders &c. Also engineers' bolts, nuts and screws, with hexagon, square, cheese, mushroom or countersunk heads, black, turned, or turned and shaped; square or hexagon nuts, tapt or untappt, by the cwt.; also screws for guns, sewing machines, surgical instruments, shuttle screws and axles, gill pivets &c. &c.

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