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Country:EnglandPrimary Focus:Bicycles
Years of Operation:1884 - 1966
General Information
Currys is now one of Britain's three biggest electric and electronics retailers. However, originally, it started out life as a bicycle manufacturer in Leicester. They stopped selling bicycles in the mid 1960s. They made and sold lightweights, sports roadsters, utility bicycles and ladies bicycles.
Henry Curry started building bicycles in the shed in his back garden in 1884. He opened a shop in 1888, selling bicycles. Slowly, more and more consumer eletrical goods were added to his stock, until the shop became mostly electrical goods. In 1932, H. Curry & Sons, as the company was known at that time, stopped manufacturing bicycles in 1932 but sold rebadged Hercules bicycles (rebadged as Currys) until the mid 1960s. Wikipedia has a very good article on Currys (click here).
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