Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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J. J. Blow

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of 10/12 Phoenix Place, Mount Pleasant, London, WC1. Telephone: Clerkenwell 5924. Telegraphic Address: "Sylvannie, Holb, London"

J. J. Blow of 10 Phoenix Place, London, W.C.1. (1938) of Oldfield Works, Chesterfield. (1951)

1937 Listed Exhibitor - Butter Churns, Filters, Strainers, Buckets, Churns, Milking Stools, Herd Recorders, Brushes, Bottle Washer, Crates, Bottles, Filtering Cloth, Bottle Discs, Lead Seals, Rabbit Snares, Cattle Clippers, Ear Markers, Combs, Cream Cans. (Stand No. A.413) [1]

1941 Acquired by Robinson and Sons.[2]

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