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1871  Auctioneers. <ref>The Engineer 181/03/24</ref>
1871  Auctioneers. <ref>The Engineer 181/03/24</ref>
1899  Became [[Wheatley Kirk, Price and Co]].<ref></ref>
1875 [[Wheatley Kirk, Price and Goulty]] formed by [[Henry Sherley Price]] and [[Wallis Rivers Goulty]].
1899  Became [[Wheatley Kirk, Price and Co]] following the retirement of Goulty.<ref></ref>
== See Also ==
== See Also ==

Revision as of 15:00, 25 June 2016


Albert Square, Manchester.

1850 Established by Captain Wheatley Kirk.

1871 Auctioneers. [1]

1875 Wheatley Kirk, Price and Goulty formed by Henry Sherley Price and Wallis Rivers Goulty.

1899 Became Wheatley Kirk, Price and Co following the retirement of Goulty.[2]

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