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Dugard Brothers

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May 1896.
April 1903.
Nov 1919.
Dec 1921.

Dugard Brothers Ltd., of Vulcan Mills, Bridge Street, Birmingham.

1875 Company established by George Heaton Dugard and William Henry Dugard

Carried out experimental work and made blading for C. A. Parsons, including that for the "Turbinia" and other early turbine-driven steamers.

1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail [1]

1914 Manufacturers of sheet and rolled metals, tubes and wire. Specialities: rolled metals and sheets, brass and copper tubes, seamless brazed and best mandril for telescopes, pumps etc., wires, rods and gun metal rods for turning, brass for stamping, spinning, bending etc.; compo (free cutting) for clocks etc.; plating brass, engraving brass, "J" metal, dipping metal, princes metal, "H" or brown metal, gilding metal, gun metal, bronze, copper (ordinary and high conductivity) wires, rods, gun metal rods, tubes, brass solder, soft solder, cold bright rolled steel, mild steel. Employees 100 to 120. [2]

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