THE PATENT (METAL) DIE COMPANY
29, Addington Street, York Road, Lambeth, and 15, Walbrook, London
The Patent (Metal) Die Company, Limited, has been formed for making expeditiously and cheaply dies in steel, for jewellers, silversmiths, art metal workers, &c.—in short, for all trades where dies are used for producing ornaments or stampings in metal ; also for dies used in hot forgings. Owing to the great expense and delay attaching to steel dies made by hand, the trade is in many instances driven to use cast-iron dies : this method is imperfect, the work having to be chased after the stamping has been done, involving much loss of time and expense. The Company, by their patent process, produce steel dies from any given pattern, quickly and at less cost than by any previous method. They have erected suitable and extensive machinery at their works, 29, Addington Street, York Road, Lambeth, S.E. The City Offices are at 15, Walbrook, EC.
Source: The Watchmaker, Jeweller and Silversmith - 5th February 1883