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Addressograph-Multigraph

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1932. Graphotype machine.
1932. Graphotype machine (detail).
1933.
1947.
1949.
1955. Tandem Duplicating Machine.
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Addressograph Duro Ribbon.

of 50 Oxgate Lane, Cricklewood, London, NW2. Telephone: Gladstone 1064-8. Cables: "Addmulcor, London". London Showrooms: 29 Kingsway. Branch and Agency Showrooms in every principal city of the world. (1937)

1901 Company founded.

1910 Became private company.

1932 Name changed.

1947 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Addressing and Listing Machines. "Multigraph" Letterpress Process Duplicating Machines. "Multilith" Lithographic Process duplicating Machines. (Office Appliances Section - Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. C.1533a) [1]

1961 Manufacturers of addressing and duplicating machines. [2]

1966 Bought Admel International for £1.8m.[3]

1973 Design Journal - Architectural Building Supplies: A plastics tray for holding pencils, compasses, etc., for fitting to the bottom edge of a drawing board so that the instruments are always close to hand. Made by the Admel Division, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. [4]

1974 Design Journal - Architectural Building Supplies: A range of self-adhesive dyeline films. Made by the Admel Division, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. [5]

1975 Importer of diazo or vesicular Microfilm. [6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 365; and p7
  2. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE
  3. The Times (London, England), Wednesday, May 11, 1966, Issue 56628, p.17.
  4. [1] vads
  5. [2] vads
  6. [3] Competition Commission