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of Carlton Works and Scotch Foundry, Armley, Leeds, 12. Telephone: Leeds 38011 (5 lines). Telegraphic Addresses: "Carlton, Leeds" and "Thistle, Armley". (1937)
1854 Company founded.
1889 Private company. The company was registered on 8 June, to take over the business of gas stove manufacturers of Charles Wilson and Sons and the business of ironfounders of Mathieson, Wilson and Co. 
1934 Patent (Scotch Foundry) - Improvements relating to combined baths and lavatory basins. 
1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Cooking and Heating Appliances; Baths. Regulo controlled New World Gas Cookers, High "Beam" Fires, Gas and Coke Ranges, and Large cooking Apparatus for Hotels and Boarding Houses. (Building, General Heating and Cooking Section - Stand Nos. Ca.603 and Ca.502) - of Carlton Works.
"Yorkist" Stoves. "Yorkdale" and "Dyneley" Back-to-back Ranges. "Dyneley" Oven-over-fire Stoves. "Glenburn" Domestic Boilers. Portable Ranges. Plain Roll, Stepped Front and Bowed Front baths, also competitive patterns. (Stand Nos. B.701 and B.600) - of Scotch Foundry 
1943 Patent (Scotch Foundry) - Back-to-back ranges. 
1961 Ironfounders, gas cooking and heating appliance manufacturers.