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Cropper, Charlton and Co

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of Franklin Works, Leighton Street, Nottingham.

1893 Company formed by Sydney Harry Cropper and Charles Arthur Charlton probably from Cropper Machines Co and the bankruptcy of his father's H. S. Cropper and Co

1914 Manufacturers of printing machinery, dealers in mechanical tools and electric motors. Specialities: platen printing and embossing and cylinder printing machines, guillotine cutting machines, nipping presses, type and accessories; also printing trade valuers. [1]

1971 Creditors Meeting. '...Cropper, Charlton and Co...a Meeting of the Creditors of the above-named Company will be held at Trent Bridge Works, Trent Bridge, Nottingham,...' [2]

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