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History

First official documentation of the scissor manufacturing company, William Whiteley's

'332' Trade Mark registered to George Whiteley

Enamelled ceremonial scissors presented to Queen Victoria (T Wilkinson)

Royal Warrant granted to T Wilkinson & Sons by Prince Albert and Queen Victoria

Companies awarded medals at the Great Exhibition, London (Whiteley & Wilkinson)

Companies awarded medals at the Great Exhibition, Paris (Whiteley & Wilkinson)

Companies awarded medals at the Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace (Whiteley & Wilkinson)

W Whiteley & Sons (Sheffield) Ltd acquires the business of T Wilkinson & Son

W Whiteley's exhibits at the Festival of Britain

W Whiteley's celebrates 200+ years of trading

Company develops unique design of shears for cutting Advanced Composite Materials

Company designs and Patents the "Safety Scissor"

German T.U.V. approval for the "Safety Scissor" granted

Range of complimentary professional hand tools added to the range

Company creates a set of gold plated scissors for the Queen to mark her visit to the city

Company relocates to new purpose-built facility at Holbrook

W Whiteley's celebrates a quarter millenium of trading


Timeline of Company History Trade Mark Document
Ceremonial Scissors
Royal Warrant
Medals - Paris
Medals - Crystal Palace
Whiteley aquires Wilkinson
Purpose built facility