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Theatromat Co Ltd

Primary Address
245 Shaftsbury Avenue
Holborn
WC
until December 1913

Additional Addresses
59 Charing Cross Road
Westminster
WC
from December 1913

Business Detail
Category: Cinema Equipment Manufacturer or Supplier
Type: Manufacturer of Automatic Machines
Capital: 2000 (1 shares)

Notes
Purchased from Hans Hartmann (24 Frith St) an invention for the delivery of cakes of chocolate. Invention not yet patented. Letter to Registrar from solicitor H.J Gauntier, 59 Chancery Lane, dated 22 March 1918 states that the Secretary and Clerk of the company were both in the Army and that the clerk "informed me some two or three years ago that the Company never did any business after formation". Dissolved by notice in the London Gazette 19 Feb 1924. Moved to 59 Charing Cross Road Dec 1913. Shareholders of interest are Autovending Machines Ltd, 42/3 Cranbourn St Major shareholder with 1496 shares Dec 1914. See above, Autovending Machines Ltd was formed in 1913 and also purchased an invention from Hartmann.

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 9 August 1912 until 19 February 1924.
Start Notes: Reg 9 August 1913

Related Venues

None

Related People

Sources/References

Bioscope Annual 1914 (p.437)
Bioscope Annual 1915 (p.413)
BT 31/21654/130585

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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