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A Spring-loaded Petrol Can Holder

8th December 1925
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Page 7, 8th December 1925 — A Spring-loaded Petrol Can Holder
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A petrol can holder, in which the tin is held down to the running board by springs and thereby secured against rattle, and which is not only quick in operation, but seture against theft, is marketed by the Stonehouse Works Co., Soon Lane Mills, Houghton Street, West Bromwich. Two spring-loaded handles slide on twin vertical bars, which, when not in use, may be folded fiat on to the running board.

fiat steel bridge piece is slipped through the handle of the tin and the spring-loaded handles of the holder slipped into its drilled and slotted ends. Swags on the handles prevent these from being released unless in line with the slotted ends of the bridge piece, a contingency which is prevented by a rod which, passing through holes in each handle, is secured by a padlock. The price of this holder is 20s,


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