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of Cumberland Avenue, Park Royal, London. N.W.10.
 
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1930s Acquired by [[AEI]]. As a result [[Metropolitan-Vickers]] started to manufacture a line of miniature instruments inherited from the Park Royal Engineering Company.
  
 
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of Cumberland Avenue, Park Royal, London. N.W.10.

1930s Acquired by AEI. As a result Metropolitan-Vickers started to manufacture a line of miniature instruments inherited from the Park Royal Engineering Company.

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