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Carvedras Smelting Works, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1892

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Workmen posed with tin ingots. The man with the white beard is James Symons and the boy kneeling on the right is John Penrose. The tin ingots read: Bolitho and Sons Penzance and Chyandour, with the lamb and flag trademark. This photograph was probably taken in 1892 when the operators, Daubuz and Company, amalgamated with Bolitho, Sons and Company and R.R. Michell and Company to form the Consolidated Tin Smelting Company Ltd of Penzance. It closed in 1898. Photographer: Unknown.

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Media ID 14715514

Date: 27th March 2018

: TRURI : VMcvd.2

Image Size: 8447 x 6063 Pixels

Filesize is 12.89MB

Associated Categories: Truro

Keywords:  cornish  house  industry  mining

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