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Aeroscope Company Ltd

Primary Address
19 Cecil Court
until February 1911

Additional Addresses
18 Charing Cross Road
from February 1911 until July 1911

11 Charing Cross Road
from July 1911

Business Detail
Category: Cinema Equipment Manufacturer or Supplier.
Type: Dealer in Film Printing machines, Sound producing machines, cameras
Capital: £2,000 (£1 shares)

Formed to carry on the business of of The Aeroscope Company under Gerald Michael Bishop, manufacturers of and dealers in cinematograph cameras…phonographs and sound producing machines, films…photographic goods and chemicals, and to adopt and agreement with G.M Bishop. Bishop had purchased the UK rights to a camera working with a complressed air motor known as the Auto-pleograph from Kazimierz Prosynski in the USA. Bishop sold the rights to the company. Waltyer Tyler Ltd had 500 shres in Feb 1911. Letter from Lawrence Bishop to Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies dates 23 June 1913 states that company had not done business for twelve months prior to that date and had no assets "the company has not got a halfpenny".

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 2 February 1911 until 17 July 1913.
Start Notes: Reg 2 February 1911
End Notes: Wound up voluntarily by EGM resolution 17 July 1913.

Related Venues


Related People

Edgar Holman Bishop (Director)
Gerald Michael Bishop (Director)
Harold Roswell Bishop (Shareholder)
Lawrence Collier Bishop (Shareholder)
Richard Collier (Director)
Will Day (Director)
James Charles Squier (Shareholder)


Bioscope (9 February 1911 p.55)
BT 31/13512/113996

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