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J. E. Spagnoletti and Crookes

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J. E. Spagnoletti and Crookes of Goldhawk Road, London (1905)[1]

Light electrical engineers

Makers of "speaking" telegraph instruments

1890 Patent 1516 relating to electric light fuses or cut-outs granted to James Ernest Spagnoletti and Joseph Crookes, 39a Goldhawk Road[2]

1893 Supplied a dynamo to Dotcliffe Mill, Kelbrook, running at 784 rpm[3]

1906 At Goldhawk Works, there was also J. E. Spagnoletti and Co, Electrical engineers[4]

By 1908 the Goldhawk Road business was Spagnoletti Ltd[5]

By 1911, as well as the Goldhawk Road and Goldhawk Works addresses, the Spagnoletti company also used the Charing Cross Road address in connection with Therol electric water heaters[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. British Phone Books
  2. The Electrical Engineer, 14th February 1890
  3. "The Textile Mills of Pendle and their Steam Engines" by Geoff Shackleton, Landmark Publishing Ltd, 2006
  4. British Phone Books
  5. British Phone Books
  6. British Phone Books