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J. Stone and Co (Charlton)

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April 1952.

Marine specialities, of Oceanic House, London SW1

1950 Reconstruction of J. Stone and Co to be a holding company; formation of 2 subsidiaries to handle business: J. Stone and Co (Charlton) Ltd (railway air conditioning) and J. Stone and Co (Deptford) Ltd (marine propellors); the existing subsidiaries were also re-arranged[1].

1952 Maker of Heliston propellers, Stone and Stone-Kamewa controllable pitch propellers, Stone- Marepa davits, watertight doors, the Duoflow Sewage system, and Stone's DYSL, marine and underwater white metals (see advert)

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 19 July 1950