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Mulliner (London)

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of 132 to 135 Long Acre, London, WC, and Bridge Street, Northampton

Seems to be the London outlet of Arthur Mulliner Ltd

1897 Company incorporated[1].

1899 Mulliner-London Ltd, 28 Brook St, Motor car and carriage makers[2]

1907 Incorporated as a limited company.

1911 Mulliner Ltd, of Aeroplane Works, Vardens Road, Clapham Junction.[3] Sole agents for Great Britain and the Colonies for the Normale propellers (as used by Prier and Grahame-White); Mr. Kny was said to give his personal attention to the requirements of clients.[4]

1914 Carriage and motor carriage builders. Specialities: carriage and motor carriage designing and manufacture including landaulette bodies, cabriolet bodies, canopies and hoods; agents for all the best types of motor chassis. Employees 350. [5]

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Sources of Information

  1. National Archives
  2. Post Office London Directory, 1899
  3. Flight May 13 1911
  4. Flight 29 April 1911
  5. 1914 Whitakers Red Book