Listed in the 1915 directory as varnish manufacturers, Batsworth Road.
The company was liquidated in 1919, according to the London Gazette, (Publication date: 13 June 1919 Issue:31401 Page: 7574) and stock was transferred to a new company called the Duroline Manufacturing Co., Ltd., whose chairman was H. Beeman HUGHES.
This company went into liquidation in January 1923, and the factory’s plant and machinery went to auction.
To Oil Refiners, Paint Makers, Builders, Motor Dealers, etc.
Re The Duroline Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Important SALE by AUCTION of the PLANT and MACHINERY, And extensive Stock of Oils, Greases, Dry Colours, Colours in Paste, Ready-mixed Paints in 2lb. to 14lb. tins, Distempers in 1cwt. kegs, Lubricating Burning Oils in 1/2-pint tins, Linseed, Motor, Bloomless, Fuel and other Oils in casks, Paint Makers’ Mixing Machines, Cone Mills, Electric Motor, Gas Engines, Plant for Patent Unbreakable Glazing Process, and Saint Asbestos Flooring, Stock Materials comprised in Ditto, Miscellaneous Polishes, Dandy Brushes, Cycle Brake Blocks, and numerous other Items
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY
B. NORMAN & SON
At the COMPANY’S WORKS, BATSWORTH ROAD, MITCHAM, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, and IMPERIAL ROAD FULHAM (near Gas Works), on THURSDAY NEXT, at 12 noon each day. On View two days prior. Catalogues of the Auctioneers, 5. Little Britain, E.C.1.