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of River Street, Birmingham, iron foundry, maker of engines for other manufacturers
1860 Established - see James Charles Dalman
1905 S. A. Daniell purchased from Messrs J. C. Dalman and Sons the stock, patterns, and goodwill of their business in copying presses, bookbinding presses, etc., carried on at the Chunk Foundry, River-street, Birmingham, and 3, Budge-row, Cannon-street, London
1914-5 Made the Dalm motorcycle. The make was very short-lived; it was a lightweight two-stroke machine typical of the era. Although the motorcycle itself soon disappeared, the Dalm engine remained available as a proprietary unit until well into the next decade.