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Hancock and Corfield

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of Imperial Works, Mitcham, Surrey.

1891 The company was established and has been supplying point-of-sale material, mainly to the Drinks and Tobacco Industries, since that time.

1904 Acquired Waller, Willis and Co.

1914 Hancock and Corfield made metal letters for shop fronts.

Became Hancock, Corfield and Waller.

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