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Nalder Brothers and Thompson

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of 34 Queen Street, London. (1903).

of Dalston Lane, London. (1921).

Previously part of Nalder Brothers and Co

1899 Private company. The business was registered under the name Nalder Brothers and Thompson Ltd, Ernest Thompson being one of the directors.

1910 Exhibited at the Physical Society's Exhibition[1]

1914 the factory moved to larger premises in Dalston where it continued to operate until 1969

1920 Jan. Physical and Optical Societies Exhibition. Exhibitor of electrical instruments. [2]

1925 Nalder Brothers and Thompson added a new bay to their instrument shop at the Lane Works, 97A, Dalston-lane, London, E8.[3]

1937 Electrical engineers [4]

1961 Electrical and mechanical engineers, specialising in electrical measuring instruments [5]

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