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B. Hirst and Sons

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Dec 1921.

of Britannia Works, Halifax, Yorks. Telephone: No. 73. Telegrams: "Waterfall, Halifax". (Established 1846)

1922 British Industries Fair Advert for the All-Steel Tennis Post. "See this Post! The like has never been seen before." Sports Goods Manufacturers. Tennis Requisites: Posts, Court Markers, Rackets, Presses, Boundary Standards. Patentees and Manufacturers of the "Ne Plus Ultra" All Steel Tennis Posts, "Indestructible". (Stand No. H.17) [1]

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of High-class Tennis Requisites. (Stand No. B.12) [2]

Company acquired by Sutcliffe Play Ltd who were formed in 1987.

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