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HORTON & ALLDAY

The partnership between Alfred George Horton and Harry Allday began in the 1860s with a factory active at 195/196 Warstone Lane, Birmingham.
After the death of George Horton (1886) the business was carried on by Harry Allday. The firm opened show rooms in London at 6 Arundel Street, Coventry Street, Leicester Square (1893) and at 47, Poland Street, Soho (1913). In 1931 the factory moved to 58, Northampton Street, Birmingham.

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