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Henry Clayton and Co

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January 1866.

of Upper Park Place, Dorset Square.[1]

Established 1821[2]

1856 Henry Clayton won a prize at the 1856 Royal Agricultural Show for a brick and tile making machine.

1866 of Atlas Works, Woodfield Road, Harrow Road, London, W.

c.1868 Subsequently Henry Clayton, Son and Howlett

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