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Newton Victor

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Exhibit at the Thackray Museum
December 1950.

Newton Victor, Ltd., specialists in medical and industrial X-ray equipment and supplies, of Cavendish Place, London W1.

Works: 68 Ballards Lane, Finchley, London, N3.

1948 Formed by merger of the X-ray interests of Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co, Newton and Wright Ltd and the Victor X-Ray Corporation. Expansion into new factory at Watling Street, Motherwell, Lanarkshire. [1].

1954 A subsidiary of AEI (presumably AEI Scientific Apparatus)

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 14 June 1949