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Kingsland Steam Joinery Works

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1927.
1938.

Kingsland Steam Joinery Works Ltd. of 19-25 Haggerston Road, London, E8. Telephone: Clissold 6872-3. Telegraphic Address: "Kingsland, Clissold, 6873"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Sanitary Seats of every type in hardwood, polished, white and coloured cellulose, and Bakelite Bathroom Fittings, hospital, kitchen and hotel. Teak Sinks and Fittings. (Stand Nos. B.710, B.705 and B.604).[1]

Perhaps this later became Kingsland (Plastics) and was taken over in 1962 by competitor Robert McArd and Co?

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