Elliott Brothers

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Elliott Brothers was a British naval instrument manufacturer, founded by William Elliott in London around 1804.[1]

The firm underwent a series of minor name changes changing from Elliott Bros to and "Elliott Bros. (London) Ltd." in 1916.[2]

It was noted for building the Dreyer tables and dumaresqs of the Royal Navy, but also created a wide variety of other devices, such as gauges and indicators for navigation, surveying and engineering.

See Also


  1. Wikipedia
  2. Smithsonian Institute