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Crypto Electrical Co

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of Bermondsey St, London (1903)

of Acton Lane, Willesden, London, NW10 (1920)

Established 1888.

1894 Crypto Works Co incorporated A. W. Marshall and Co, electrical engineers.

1903 Advert: Dynamos for charging car batteries - the picture in this advert is very similar to that used by Crypto Works Co for a similar product, which suggests connection between the companies.

By 1918 had moved to Willesden

1920 Came to an arrangement with Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co on motor production

1922 Capital £100,000. Employees: 300. Chairman: T. E. Goodyear. Joint Managing Directors: J. Goodwin Shaw and Cecil R. Shaw.

1932/3 Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co amalgamated with Crypto Electrical Co, forming Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto[1].

1937 Electric motor manufacturers. "Crypto" A.C. and D.C. Motors. "Fankuld" A.C. Motors.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 14 March 1933