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Cinematograph Film Hiring Co Ltd

Address
4 New Compton Street
Holborn
WC

Business Detail
Category: Film Services; Electrical Goods Manufacturer, Supplier or Engineer; Cinema Equipment Manufacturer or Supplier; Lantern Apparatus and Accessories Manufacturer or Supplier; Kinematograph Apparatus and Accessories Manufacturer or Supplier; Promotional; Agents/Legal/Trade
Type: Renter, Manufacturer and Dealer in Apparatus inc Film Winders, Generators, Lantern Slides, Operating Boxes, Perforated Negatives, Poster Frames, Resistances, Screens, Spools, Spool Boxes, Bioscope Stands, Switchboards, Ticket Issuing Machines, Agent for Manufacturers
Capital: 10,000 (1 shares) Increased by 5,000 (1 shares 11 April 1911)

Notes
Borrowed 4000 from Ernest Percy Rivaz March 1912. Bioscope 24.3.1910, 11, company unveiled a new screen, called The Silver Screen with improved illumination for weak lamps, and also for daylight and semi-daylight screenings. Bioscope 7.7.1910, 22, also sold Fire Extinguishers. Bioscope 15.9.1910, 8 ,also sold the Kesnor Ticket Issuing Machine.

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 8 November 1909 until 2 April 1912.
Start Notes: Reg 8 Nov 1909
End Notes: Receiver appointed by Rivaz 2nd April 1912

Related Venues

None

Related People

William Bass (Director)
Robert Agar Lyons
John Joseph Newbould (Director)
Montagu A. Pyke (Director)
Samuel Wickins
H. Wood (Manager)

Sources/References

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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