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Express Film Service Ltd

Primary Address
13 Greek Street
Westminster
W
from February 1911 until April 1912

Additional Addresses
11 Denman Street
Westminster
W
from April 1912 until June 1918

3 Kingly Street
Westminster
W
from June 1918 until March 1923

37 Walbrook
City
EC
from March 1923

Business Detail
Category: Film Services
Type: Renter, Film Dealer (Second Hand), Film Exporter
Capital: 1,000 (1 shares)(Bioscope). Increased by 2,000 (1 shares) May 1911. Increased by 7,000 (1 shares) April 1919.

Notes
Company letter head (from letter dates 3.7.1916) states "The Largest Dealers, Exporters and Shippers of Films in the World..Publishers of the Overseas Express Mail". Address listed in BA 1915 as 11 Denman St. Director history; Gustave Einstein resigned by Sept 1911, replaced by Theodore Einstein. 1914 Einsteins changed their surname to Instone. Gustave was re-elected by June 1915, and joined Theodore and Alfred Instone and Marcus Davis, who had been appointed as director in March 1911.Moved to 11 Denman St April 1912. Moved to 3 Kingly St, June 1918, and to 37 Walbrook St March 1923

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 21 February 1911 until 22 May 1925.
Start Notes: Reg 21 February 1911 (Bioscope)
End Notes: Wound up voluntarily by EGM Resolution 22 May 1925.

Related Venues

None

Related People

Marcus Davis (Director)
Alfred Einstein (Director)
Theodore Einstein (Director)
Arthur William Pask (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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