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Hazell, Watson and Viney

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September 1936.
March 1946.

of 52 Long Acre, London W.C.

Also of 4 - 8 Kirby Street, Hatton Garden.

Also of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

1886 acquired a partial interest in Letts' Diaries Co; later took a controlling interest[1]

1910 Printers and Binders.

1910 Wholesale Agents for Esterbrook Pen Manufacturing Co

1945 Hazell, Watson and Viney sold Letts Quickref Diaries to Charles Letts and Co and at the same time took a financial interest in that business; all Letts diaries would henceforth be produced by the Charles Letts Co[2]

1945 Was still a family company. Acquired Sun Engraving Co; new group named Hazell Sun Group

1946 Sold Esterbrook pens

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times Aug 01, 1945
  2. The Times Aug 01, 1945
  • History of Sun Printers [1]