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1963 Greenall, Whitley & Co. Ltd

 

 

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Stock Code GWC01

  Certificate number 6346, dated 8th July 1963 for 12 6.5% cumulative preference shares in this brewery company. Issued to Philip Arnold Moritz. Red and white certificate with imprint of company seal.

Certificate size is 26 cm high x 28 cm wide (11" x 13"). It will be mounted in a mahogany frame, with gold inlay, size 31 cm high x 39 cm wide.

The certificate is shown unframed as all items are mounted upon order.

Company History

Framed Price : 75.00

Unframed Price : 35.00

 

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About This Company

Thomas Greenall originally started in the brewing business in 1762 when he set up his own premises at Hardshaw near St Helens in Lancashire. He built up the business and supplied ales to Merseyside, North Wales and the immediate towns. In 1787, with two partners, he purchased Wilderspool brewery then owned by Saracen's, together with another brewery in Liverpool. The latter establishment was closed down in 1814 during a difficult period for brewers with a reduction in demand for ale during the period of the war with France.

Upon Thomas's death in 1807, the business was left to his three sons. The Partnership became Lyon and Greenall and saw a period of expansion. The Company was involved in many takeovers, particularly since the First World War, and in recent times this saw the acquisition of Shipstone's of Nottingham (in 1978) where Greenalls continued to brew, and Davenport's of Birmingham (in 1986). All this activity saw Greenall Whitley became one of the biggest brewers outside of 'the big six'. In 1990 the company announced their intention to close down Wilderspool brewery as they moved out of brewing and into the leisure side of their business.

 

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