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of Queen Street Place, London, spelter refiners.
of Queen Street Place, London, spelter refiners.


* The Crown Works at Port Tennant, were started by [[Shackleford and Ford]], passed to the Richardson firm of copper-smelters, and in 1883 became the present [[English Crown Spelter Co]]<ref>The Basic Industries of Great Britain by Aberconway: Chapter IXX</ref>.  
The Crown Works at Port Tennant, were started by [[Shackleford and Ford]], passed to the Richardson firm of copper-smelters, and in 1883 became the present [[English Crown Spelter Co]]<ref>The Basic Industries of Great Britain by Aberconway: Chapter IXX</ref>.  


* 1883 The company was registered on 9 March, to acquire spelter works situated at Swansea, and calamine mines at Oneta, Lombardy. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>
1883 The company was registered on 9 March, to acquire spelter works situated at Swansea, and calamine mines at Oneta, Lombardy. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>





Latest revision as of 12:14, 3 February 2020

of Queen Street Place, London, spelter refiners.

The Crown Works at Port Tennant, were started by Shackleford and Ford, passed to the Richardson firm of copper-smelters, and in 1883 became the present English Crown Spelter Co[1].

1883 The company was registered on 9 March, to acquire spelter works situated at Swansea, and calamine mines at Oneta, Lombardy. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Basic Industries of Great Britain by Aberconway: Chapter IXX
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908