Breakell & Co. Ltd

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Letterhead from 1947
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H C Breakell & Co. Ltd, Victoria Brewery, 12 Church Street, Preston, Lancashire.

Thomas Wilson brewing at the Prince Arthur, 71 Moor Lane on corner of Victoria Street, developed a larger brewhouse, known as the Victoria.

Breakells were originally spirit merchants and hop dealers, but Breakell may have been involved with brewing at the Golden Cross, 60 Lancaster Road.

In September 1923 selling a 2qtr plant, moving to larger premises.

In 1929 they bought the Victoria brewery from David Bramley.

Registered October 1929, with office and shop at 12 Church Street.

Acquired by Catterall & Swarbrick Ltd. 1947.

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 196,154
Description : TM for whisky
Date of Application : 24/06/1896
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 441,754
Description : Words "JUMBO" for fermented liquor spirits
Date of Application : 18/10/1923
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 488,502
Description : Rum label
Date of Application : 14/02/1928
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 524,655
Description : Pale Ale Label
Date of Application : 28/07/1931
Used Prior to 1870? : NO