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British Vanoscope Syndicate Ltd

Primary Address
57-59 Long Acre
Westminster
WC
from October 1913 until February 1914

Additional Addresses
309-313 Maxwell House
Arundel Street
Strand
Westminster
WC
from February 1914 until August 1914

57-59 Long Acre
Westminster
WC
from August 1914

Business Detail
Category: Kinematograph Apparatus and Accessories Manufacturer or Supplier
Type: Manufacturer of apparatus.
Capital: 4,000 (3,500 preferred 1 shares and 10,000 deferred 1s shares)

Notes
Formed to purchase the rights to the Vanoscope machines. Letter to Registrar of Joint Stock Companies 2 March 1916 says that purchase was halted owing to the outbreak of war and the option on the rights expired before agreement could be reached. Therefore company never traded.

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 7 October 1913 until 28 December 1917.
Start Notes: Reg 7 October 1913
End Notes: Dissolved by notice in the London Gazette 28 Dec 1917

Related Venues

None

Related People

Henry Chapman (Director)
Joshua Sutton Elliott (Director)
Frederick Incledon-Widlake (Director)
Septimus Theodore Watkinson (Director)

Sources/References

BT 31/21749/131462
Kinematograph Year Book 1914 (p.72)
Kinematograph Year Book 1915 (p.436)

We are keen to hear from anyone with additional information or corrections to be made to this data. Please send comments to i.christie@bbk.ac.uk.
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