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Thames Plate Glass Co... 4 David W
« on: November 17, 2010, 04:37:02 PM »
No contact on your site? and you don't have e-mail active here.

You have this Co established in 1845 but was in existence longer, at least 1835 (The Glass Cone - No. 23 ) and were involved in testing sands for a US glass company in the 1830s (The Frisco Employees' Magazine - Feb 1927)

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