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Emscote Foundry Co

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of Warwick (works). Head Office: 235 Westminster Bridge Road, London. Sales Office: Queen Square, Bath. Telephone: Lea Spa 237; Waterloo 5535/6. Telegraphic Address "Cookers, Warwick"

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Vitreous Enamelled Gas Cookers and Gas Fires. Gas-Coke Fires. (Building, General Heating and Cooking Section - Stand Nos. Ca.405 and Ca.306)

1938 Patent - Improvements in or relating to plate racks for cooking stoves.

1939 Patent - Improvements in or relating to fire grates.

1946 Purchased by Thomas De La Rue and Co in order to guarantee a supply of loose castings for their new gas water heater business; De La Rue increased the production of gas cookers from 50/month to 1000/month[1].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 10 February 1947