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Hammill & Gillespie , Inc.


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Hammill & Gillespie was established in 1848 by James P. Hammill (in what is now Manhattan's historic South Street Seaport) as an importer of Bath Brick, a low-fired material from England, used for polishing metal.


About Hammill & Gillespie | Ceramics | Minerals | Import | Export | Hammill & Gillespie

www.hamgil.com [cached]

Hammill & Gillespie was established in 1848 by James P. Hammill (in what is now Manhattan's historic South Street Seaport) as an importer of Bath Brick, a low-fired material from England, used for polishing metal.
In order to do this, Hammill & Gillespie imports, exports, manufactures and distributes raw materials of the best possible quality and variety.


Hammill & Gillespie

www.hamgil.com [cached]

Hammill & Gillespie was founded in 1848 by James P. Hammill (in what is now Manhattan's historic South Street Seaport) as an importer of Bath Brick, a low-fired material from England, used for polishing metal.


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