a Figures are for Birmingham and the Black Country in 1949. For source see n. 8 below. More detailed figures are available for the metal trade alone. Table 2 sets out the distribution in 1949 of plants and employment in Birmingham and the Black Country for the metal trades (including jewellery and guns).
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TUTBURY. THE FEATURE . The historic village of Tutbury, nestling on the Derbyshire/ Staffordshire border, contains much to interest the visitor; from a ruined castle to full lead crystal of a quality equal to the finest in the world, from handmade jewellery to a wide range of antiques.
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