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Maudslay Sons & Field Ltd, mechanical and marine engineers and boilermakers

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Alternative name(s):
  • Henry Maudslay & Co. (Formerly known as)
  • Maudslay, Field & Co. (Formerly known as)
Date: 1805-1904
  • London
Functions, occupations and activities: Engineering: Mechanical > Machine tools | Engineering: Mechanical > Engines, prime movers | Engineering: Mechanical > Machinery manufacturers | Engineering: Mechanical > Shipbuilding and marine engineering
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C113267 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/B6809 )
  Description Held by Reference Further information
c1805-1861: corresp and papers mainly rel to Joshua Field's work as a partner
Science Museum Library and Archives
NRA 25397 Field

See HMC Records of British business and industry 1760-1914 metal processing and engineering, 1994
1805-83: corresp, notebooks, photographs, printed papers, etc
Science Museum Library and Archives
See HMC Science Mus file, Aug 1992
1842-1851, 1853-1883: notebooks (12) of Charles Sells as chief draughtsman
Science Museum Library and Archives
NRA 36698
1805-75: corresp, notes, specificatons, etc (c60 items)
Science Museum Library and Archives
1827-56: patent specifications (12) and drawings
Science Museum Library and Archives
1818-1855, 1885-1891: drawings (58) and other items rel to ship engines and boilers
Science Museum Library and Archives
See Annual return 1993
1889-1904: draft minutes, agendas, cash book, petty cash book, order book, invoice book, production records and wages records
London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
NRA 39631
1818-55: Drawings etc of ship engines and boilers, fitted by Maudslay and Company and Maudslay, Sons and Field
Science Museum Library and Archives
Advertising brochures re the patented inventions of Joseph Maudslay of Maudslay, Sons & Field
Science Museum Library and Archives

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