Dating english silverware

08-Aug-2020 09:10

It had manufacturing premises in Birmingham and London C. Listed at 7 Hatton Garden, (1893-1894) and 12 Bartlett's Buildings, London (1897-1900). ARTHUR & CO Ltd Glasgow (possibly) A retailer business started in 1837 by James Arthur. The "&Co" was dropped in 1855 CHARLES JAMES ALLENALLEN & DARWINLondon & Sheffield Charles James Allen & Sidney Darwin trading as Allen & Darwin.

Many, but not all, of our pages carry date information on the various rifles illustrated or discussed, where it has been possible to be sure of data.There are a few things an American should know when visiting Finland.Dont: - Wonder out loud why Sweden has more world-famous products, artists, and athletes than Finland, or why the western neighbor always beats Finland in ice hockey. - Make the mistake of asking if Finland once was a Communist country, like Estonia, Poland, or Hungary. - Hesitate to talk to the person next to you in a bus or a train. Adie started the business in 1890 at Lion Works in Warston Lane, Birmingham. The partnership was dissolved in 1895 and the business was continued under the same style solely by William Ainsworth. Nephew's son Roger ran the business from the war until the 1970's. WILLIAM AINSWORTH (possibly)AINSWORTH, TAYLOR & COBirmingham The partnership of William Ainsworth and Samuel Baker trading as Ainsworth Taylor & Company was active from 1878 at 78 Ford St, Park Rd and 40/42 Spencer St, Birmingham.

Many, but not all, of our pages carry date information on the various rifles illustrated or discussed, where it has been possible to be sure of data.

There are a few things an American should know when visiting Finland.

Dont: - Wonder out loud why Sweden has more world-famous products, artists, and athletes than Finland, or why the western neighbor always beats Finland in ice hockey. - Make the mistake of asking if Finland once was a Communist country, like Estonia, Poland, or Hungary. - Hesitate to talk to the person next to you in a bus or a train.

Adie started the business in 1890 at Lion Works in Warston Lane, Birmingham. The partnership was dissolved in 1895 and the business was continued under the same style solely by William Ainsworth.

Nephew's son Roger ran the business from the war until the 1970's. WILLIAM AINSWORTH (possibly)AINSWORTH, TAYLOR & COBirmingham The partnership of William Ainsworth and Samuel Baker trading as Ainsworth Taylor & Company was active from 1878 at 78 Ford St, Park Rd and 40/42 Spencer St, Birmingham.

The workshop was in Oil Mill Lane, Hammersmith moving to 4 Conduit Street after 1918.