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Hubsch, A.E. & Co Ltd

Primary Address
29a Charing Cross Road
Westminster
WC
from July 1912 until February 1915

Additional Addresses
18 Charing Cross Road
Westminster
WC
from October 1909 until July 1912

20 Cranbourn Street
41 Cranbourn Chambers
Westminster
WC
from February 1915

Business Detail
Category: Film Services; (unknown)
Type: Sales Agent, Apparatus/Accessories
Capital: 2,000 (1 shares) increased by 3,000 (1 shares) May 1910
Notes: Sales Agent for Deutsche Bioscop, Deutsche Mutoscope and Biograph, Express, Ludwig Freund, Messter Projection, Vesuvio, Vitascop, DBG, Sascha, Ensign (1913) Took on Ambrosio in May 1914 from New Agency (KYB 1915, 131)

Notes
Took over existing private company (of 3 The Broadway, Ludgate Hill) as Ltd Company. Initially registered at 18 Charing Cross Road. Moved to 29A July 1912. Moved to 41 Cranbourn Chambers, 20 Cranbourn St, Feb 1915

Trading Information
Start Notes: Reg 6 Oct 1909
End Notes: Ordered to be wound up under Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 29 May 1917. Hubsch had moved to New York

Related Venues

None

Related People

Harold Anthony Browne (Director)
Edgar William Houghton (Director)
Albert Eberhardt Hubsch (Director)
William Eugene Kemp (Director)

Sources/References

Bioscope (21 October 1909 p.35)
BT 31/19026/105283
Kinematograph Year Book 1914 (p.275-7)

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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