Dangerfield Printing Company Limited 1895

industry:
Lithographer,
Poster printer,
Printer
based:
London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom; St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom

1895: 22, 21 & 23 Bedford street, Strand, WC [London]; 1896: Frederick Dangerfield’s factory, Inkerman Road, St Albans, lithographic plant specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams; 1940: Dangerfield’s bought by Eversheds (bombed out of their site at Bow, East London) built an extension to it from the wreckage of the Bow site; after WW2 larger modern factory and Eversheds continued to print there until the late 1990s.