W.H. Banfield & Co. advertised themselves as dealers and workers in Aluminium. Many of the items of trade were small and useful novelties in aluminium, embracing dog collars, advertising, medals, key chains, picture frames, drinking cups, stamp boxes, car ticket boxes, spoons, match boxes, etc. The factory for machinery and die works was located at 78A Wellington Street West, Toronto. The office and salesroom was located at 80 King Street West, Toronto.
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