Featured Pages Matchless Flat Twin 1916 An Outstanding Design by Harry Collier
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Moteurs AderGuzzi's Grandpa A shaft-drive transverse V-twin from 1904, another deft touch from Clement Ader.
of 13 Albert Street, Birmingham. Telephone: Central 8511 (3 lines). Cables: "Tandem, Birmingham". (1929)
1922 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Tan-Sad Typists' Tables; Constructional Toys; Motor Cycle Pillion Seats and Saddles, and Super Sprung Perambulators; Tan-Sad Chairs for Workers (Office of Factory). (Stand No. F.8)
1929 British Industries Fair Advert for Wheel Toys and Baby Carriages. Manufacturers of Wheel Toys in wood and metal. Baby Carriages and Folding Perambulators; Folding Invalid Chairs; Pillion Seats and Accessories for Motor Cycles. Steel Chairs for office and factory workers, and steel and Wood Folding Chairs for the home. (Toys, Games and Baby Carriages Section - Stand No. E.2)