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December 1919
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of Freeman Street, Birmingham. (1922)

of 13 Albert Street, Birmingham. Telephone: Central 8511 (3 lines). Cables: "Tandem, Birmingham". (1929)

See F. H. Headley

1922 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Tan-Sad Typists' Tables; Constructional Toys; Motor Cycle Pillion Seats and Saddles, and Super Sprung Perambulators; Tan-Sad Chairs for Workers (Office of Factory). (Stand No. F.8) [1]

1929 British Industries Fair Advert for Wheel Toys and Baby Carriages. Manufacturers of Wheel Toys in wood and metal. Baby Carriages and Folding Perambulators; Folding Invalid Chairs; Pillion Seats and Accessories for Motor Cycles. Steel Chairs for office and factory workers, and steel and Wood Folding Chairs for the home. (Toys, Games and Baby Carriages Section - Stand No. E.2) [2]

1931 Acquired by Parnall and Sons, part of the W. and T. Avery company.

1931 Successor company: Tan-Sad Chair Co (1931)

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