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Ruffell's Imperial Bioscope Syndicate

Primary Address
12 Little Newport Street
Westminster
WC

Additional Addresses
8-9 Long Acre
Westminster
WC

9,10,11 High Holborn
Holborn
WC
from November 1912 until December 1912

178 Charing Cross Road
Westminster
WC
from December 1912

166 & 168 Shaftsbury Avenue
Holborn
WC
from April 1912 until November 1912

Business Detail
Type: Living Picture Entertainers, Second Hand Films (1907). Renter, Second hand films (1908),Dealer in Apparatus, Renter (1910-1911), Renter (1912), Renter, Producer (Ruffell's), Manufacturer of Automatic Pianos (Omniorchestra), Musical Instruments, Lanterns, Apparatus/Accessories (1913 & 1914)
Capital: 7,000 (1 shares)
Notes: Second Hand Dealer. Renter 1908-1914.

Notes
Became Ltd Company 1907. From 1909 supplied films to The Met, Edgware Road (The Times Nov 11 1963, 14). Listed in KYB and BA 1915 and 1915 as Ruffell's Imperial Bioscope Ltd at 8-9 Long Acre. Also listed under that name at the Little Newport St address in The Bioscope 13.11.1908. Moved to 166 & 168 Shaftsbury Ave, April 1912, to 9,10 & 11 High Holborn Nov 1912, to 178 Charing Cross Road Dec 1912

Trading Information
Start Notes: Reg 2 December 1907
End Notes: Voluntarily wound up by EGM resolution dated 10 Sept 1923

Related Venues

None

Related People

Arthur Cornelius Lovesy
Charles Warren Lovesy (Director)
Harry Raymond Nathan (Director)
John Thomas Jnr Roach (Director)

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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