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Re: Some Birmingham Information and Advertisements

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J. & T. NIXON

22, Great Hampton Row, Birmingham


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J. & T. Nixon - Birmingham - 1858

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WILLIAM HODGETTS

148½, Great Hampton Row, Birmingham


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William Hodgetts - Birmingham - 1858

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DAVIS, MOSS & Co.

Harford Street, Birmingham


An example of the work and mark of Davis, Moss & Co.:

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D.M&Co - Birmingham - 1909

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GRIFFITHS & SINGLETON

33, Powell Street, Birmingham


An example of the work and mark of Griffiths & Singleton:

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G&S - Birmingham - 1902

The business of Wilfred Chidlaw Griffiths and William Singleton was also registered with the London Assay Office.

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KIDD & BENSLY

Alfred Street, Warstone Lane, Birmingham


Mr. H. Kidd And Mr. Walter J. Bensly, trading as Kidd & Bensly, electro-plate manufacturers, Alfred-street, Warstone-lane, Birmingham, have dissolved partnership. Mr. Kidd will carry on the business, and receive and pay all debts due to or owing by the late firm.

Source: The Furniture Gazette - 9th October 1880

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POOLE & JACKSON

Providence Works, Branston Street, Birmingham


Mr. George Jackson continues the business of electro-plate manufacturer, formerly carried on by Messrs. Poole & Jackson, at Providence Works, Branston-street, Birmingham.

Source: The Furniture Gazette - 4th September 1880

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Re: Some Birmingham Information and Advertisements

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BARBER

44, Warstone Lane, Birmingham


ROBBERY OF DIAMOND RINGS

A small deal box containing a large number of diamond rings, varying in value from £18 to £22 each, the property of Messrs Barber, goldsmith's and jewellers, 44, Warstone-lane, Birmingham, has been stolen in railway transit to the Metropolls, The firm are offering a substantial reward.


Source: South Wales Echo - 23rd January 1897

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EVANS, THOMASON & BRAWN

30, St. Paul's Square, Birmingham


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Evans, Thomason & Brawn - Birmingham - 1850

Walter Swift Evans, Thomas Thomason and Thomas Brawn entered their mark, 'ET&B' with the Birmingham Assay Office on the 7th October 1851.

The Irish agent for the firm was noted as Bennett, 32, Dame Street, Dublin.

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HENRY JENKINS & SONS

10 & 11, Spencer Street, later, Unity Works, Vittoria Street, Birmingham


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Henry Jenkins and Sons - Birmingham - 1858


The Electrical and Industrial Exhibition

Henry Jenkins & Sons, die sinkers, medallists, stampers, &c, of Unity Works, Vittoria Street, Birmingham, will exhibit a medal press, striking medals to commemorate the Exhibition: also stamps and presses at work showing the processes of stamping and piercing, &c. Patterns framed, showing designs of checks, tokens, labels, &c.; also ornaments manufactured by the firm. Show cases, exhibiting stars, badges, ornaments, decorations, war and naval officers' miniature medals made by them; also a valuable collection of war medals from 1799 to 1887.

Source: The Watchmaker, Jeweller and Silversmith - 1st August 1889

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GEORGE ROWNEY

Birmingham


George Rowney, a Birmingham jeweller, has been remanded, charged with setting a dog upon a girl. She was bitten seven times on the arms and legs.

Source: The Record and Advertiser - 11th June 1904

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JOHN COX

56½, Constitution Hill, Birmingham


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John Cox - Birmingham - 1849

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G. & T. HOOPER

49½, Hospital Street, Birmingham


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G. & T. Hooper - Birmingham - 1858

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WILLIAM ROGERS

149, Great Hampton Row, Birmingham


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William Rogers - Birmingham - 1858

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STRATTON & Co. Ltd.

Bromsgrove Street, Birmingham


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Stratton & Co. Limited - Birmingham - 1921

'STRATNOID'

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BERNARD DINWIDDEY WILMOTT

Regent Place, Birmingham


CHARGE OF ARSON

A Birmingham electro-plate manufacturer, Mr. Bernard Dinwiddey Wilmott, of Regent-place, was arrested yesterday on a charge of arson. The fire brigade was summoned to an outbreak on his premises on Saturday, and it is alleged that the stairs were found to have been saturated with paraffin. The fire was subdued before much damage had resulted.


Source: Evening Express - 1st October 1907

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EDWARD JONES

32-33, Essex Street, Birmingham


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Edward Jones - Birmingham - 1884

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HERBERT BUSHELL & SON Ltd.

32, Northampton Street, Birmingham


Examples of the work and mark of Herbert Bushell & Son Ltd.:

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HB&S - Birmingham - 1910


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HB&S - Birmingham - 1927


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HB&S - Birmingham - 1929

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Re: Some Birmingham Information and Advertisements

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WILLIAM GEE

1½, Barr Street, Birmingham


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William Gee - Birmingham - 1858

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Re: Some Birmingham Information and Advertisements

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MOLE & SONS

High Street, Birmingham


Chief-Constable Farndale, of Birmingham, on Tuesday received a consignment of damaged jewellery, which has since been identified as part of the stock stolen from Messrs. Mole and Sons, High-street Birmingham, and valued at over £5,000. The articles were found in a parcel in the River Mersey.

Source: The Weekly Mail - 1st September 1883

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Re: Some Birmingham Information and Advertisements

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READ & MORRIS

Birmingham


An example of the work and mark of Read & Morris:

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R&M - Birmingham - 1921

Read & Morris registered their mark with the Birmingham Assay Office in May 1918.

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