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Huntley & Palmers Timeline
1865 to 1918

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Grand Prix Medal, 1878
Grand Prix Medal, 1878
1865
Joseph Leete becomes continental representative

1867
H&P receives Royal Warrants from Leopold II of Belgium and Napoleon III of France

1878
H&P awarded a first prize at Paris Exhibition
 
Biscuits and Cakes leaflet, 1880s
Biscuits and Cakes leaflet, 1880s


1898
Becomes a private limited company and renamed Huntley & Palmers Ltd

1900
Awarded two first prizes at Paris Exhibition
 
British Antarctic Expedition, 1911
British Antarctic Expedition, 1911


1911
Huntley & Palmers provided ordinary and specially made emergency biscuits to the ill-fated British Antarctic Expedition to the South Pole, led by Captain Scott
 
Producing munitions, 1915-18
Producing munitions, 1915-18
1914-18
H&P makes army biscuits and artillery shell cases during World War I

1918
H&P buys Huntley, Boorne & Stevens, tin box makers

1918
King George V visits factory
 
 
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