by National Union of Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers in London .
Written in English
p. 8-16: The Worshipful company of Tin plate workers alias wire workers.
|Statement||Compiled by Archibald T.Kidd.|
|Series||British trade union history collection -- 178|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||334 p. :|
|Number of Pages||334|
, History of the Tin-plate Workers and Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers Societies / compiled by Archibald T. Kidd National Union of Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. History of the tin-plate workers and sheet metal workers and braziers societies. London, National Union of Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Archibald T Kidd. History of the Tin-Plate Workers and Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers Societies / Compiled by Archibald T. Kidd Author Kidd, Archibald T Book condition Used - Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Quantity available 1 Edition First Edition Binding Book Edition: First Edition. The Liverpool Society appears to have undergone various changes of title, becoming in the Liverpool Friendly Society of Tin Plate Workers, in the Liverpool Operative Tin Plate Workers'.
The National Amalgamated Association of Tin Plate Workers of Great Britain was a trade union representing sheet metal workers in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in in Wolverhampton, when the Wolverhampton Tin Plate Workers' Society merged with the Birmingham Tin Plate Workers' Society, forming the Amalgamated Tin Plate Workers' Society . In Iron Plate, Sheet metal workers and Braziers joined the union (National Amalgamated Tin & Iron Plate, Sheet Metal Workers & Braziers. In it was renamed the National Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers. The Wolverhampton Society continued to play a leading role nationally over the next 40 years and was at the formation of the National Amalgamated Tin-Plate Workers of Great Britain in In Iron Plate, Sheet metal workers and Braziers joined the union (National Amalgamated Tin & Iron Plate, Sheet Metal Workers & Braziers. The two Societies therefore merged in to form the Amalgamated Tinplate Workers of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and District. From this emerged the National Amalgamated Tinplate Workers of Great Britain and subsequently the National Union of Sheet Metal Workers .