Also from 1935 - mentions glass moulds:
THE MANCHESTER FLINT GLASS CO. LTD
By Order of W.S. Berry Esq., Receiver for the debenture-holder.
FOR SALE BY AUCTION (unless previously sold by private treaty), on the premises, on TUESDAY the 21st MAY, 1935 at 11am.
FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD CANALSIDE PROPERTY
The Manchester Flint Glass Works, Kirby Street, Ancoats,
Site Area about 6,022 square yards.
Partly covered with substantial well-lighted buildings.
FLOOR SPACE ABOUT 6,000 SQ. YDS.
Subject to Ground Rents amounting to £283 18s 6d per annum
To be immediately followed in lots in detail of the
GLASS-MAKING PLANT & MACHINERY,
a Stiefel Pattern 30-Ton CONTINUOUS OIL-FIRED RECUPERATIVE TANK, TWO 2 1/2 Ton RECUPERATIVE DAY TANKS, Nine Ulrich and Christl HAND-POWER CONTINENTAL PRESSES, Two Flatting Machines, Two Lehrs, Continuous Oil-fired and Pan Annealing Furnaces, 54in to 108in wide; Twelve Glory Holes, a Bailey Twin-Cylinder MOTOR-DRIVEN AIR COMPRESSOR, 164 cubic feet per minute; Six MOTOR-DRIVEN FANS, LATHES, Drilling machines, Vices, Shalting, Benches, Large Quantity of GLASS MOULDS, various; Oil Storage Tanks, Office Furniture, and numerous other effects.
SPECIAL NOTE - These assets will only thus be dealt with if not previously disposed of as a whole, and any offer for the Glass Works as equipped with Plant and Machinery would be favourably considered prior to the auction.