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Cleveland Discol

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December 1934.
October 1936.
November 1950.
February 1952. Clevecol.
October 1953. Clevecol.
November 1954. Clevecol.
April 1962.

A motor spirit made by blending petroleum and alcohol

1934 Distillers Co gave Cleveland Petroleum Products Co the rights to use the trademark Discol in exchange for an undertaking to buy the alcohol needed from Distillers[1].

1936 Advert: Cleveland Discol fuel[2]. Discol was trademark of Distillers Co Ltd.

1962 Advert: Cleveland Discol fuel. Discol was trademark of Distillers Co Ltd. Cleveland was trademark of Cleveland Petroleum Co Ltd.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 23 July 1934
  2. The Times, 26 June 1936