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BENJAMIN GRAYSON & SON

The origin of the firm dates to the partnership of Roger Broadhead and Henry Atkin at Love St, Sheffield (1834-1853) active in North St. Works, Sheffield. In 1853 the partnership was dissolved and they formed respectively R. Broadhead & Co and Atkin Brothers.

Broadhead & Atkin, Sheffield, old advertisement Broadhead & Atkin, Sheffield, trademark
"R. Broadhead & Co was active at Britannia Works, Love Street, Sheffield. In an 1858 advertisement the firm is described as manufacturers of Electro-Plated, British Plate, Britannia Metal Goods, Mounted Earthenware Jugs.

R. Broadhead, Sheffield, old advertisement R. Broadhead, Sheffield, trademark
R. Broadhead & Co was succeeded by Benjamin Grayson & Son active at British Works, 58 Holly St. Sheffield (1872-1885), 16-18 Garden St. (1886-1893), 19 Carver Lane (1894-1900) and 99 Napier St., Sheffield (1901-1910).
The firm used the figural trade mark BRITISH illustrated in this advertisement (exists also a documented example of conjoined use with Lee & Wigfull mark).


B.Grayson trademark B.Grayson trademark


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