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Spital and Clark

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of Newhall Hill, Birmingham

1897 company established by Norman Spital and Ernest Spital.

1906 Matthew Clark joined the firm.

1911 Matthew Clark retired.

1914 Architectural Metal Work Manufacturers, Iron and Bronze Founders. Specialities: gates, railings, electric light fittings etc., wrought iron and armour steel mediæval and seventeenth century work, modellers and designers to Jacobean, Queen Anne and Georgian periods and also in modern and exclusive styles, commemoration tablets, weather vanes, door furniture and ecclesiastical, architectural and shipbuilding fittings in iron, bronze, brass and other metals. [1]

1914 Amalgamated with J. W. Singer and Sons

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