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of Notting Hill Gate, London
of Albert Gate Mansions, Knightsbridge, London
1903 Agent for French built Panhard Motor automobiles (see picture)
1905 Dogcart fitted with De Dion-Bouton motor (see picture)
1906 Produced 5 h.p., 6 h.p., 9 h.p. (these three with single-cylinders), 9 h.p., 10 h.p. (both with two-cylinders) and 16 h.p. (four-cylinder) shaft-drive cars all fitted with De Dion-Bouton engines. 
1906 R. Reynold Jackson and Co. based in Notting Hill Gate, built a bus chassis. It was fitted with a 30hp engine and a wide steel chassis frame; the engine and gearbox were supported on a sub-frame hanging from the main one. The three-speed gearbox was made of gunmetal.
By 1909 the company was agent for the Jackson Automobile Co of USA
1910 Jackson-Torpedo car.
1911 November. Details of their single model the 16-18hp four-cylinder car.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book