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Very cool history re Amalgamated Brick and Stahlton

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Very cool history re Amalgamated Brick and Stahlton

Post  Maryr on Thu 10 Aug - 16:43

Look at this listing on Trademe - an ashtray marked with Amalgamated Brick and Stahlton.

I searched Stahlton, and wow there is heaps of info about the company, which was part of Amalgamated Brick, and made ceramic components for buildings. I think I might have one which my sister gave me but I am not sure yet.
Anyway, if you click on the links below, you will get the history of Stahlton. Scroll down and click again to a more detailed history. LOVE IT!

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