1963

When RG Wharam dies leaving no heirs the company is sold to another London based sanitaryware company Boldings Ltd.

1937

The Marlborough works are sold and a large extension is built onto the back of 120 Kings Road for use as a factory and warehousing.

Thomas Crapper Factory

1925

Robert M Wharam Chairman of Thomas Crapper & Co Ltd. is appointed President of the Royal Warrant Holders Association.

1920

The company continues to trade from 120 Kings Road building a strong reputation for high quality products and services.

1920

Formation of the League of Nations – forerunner to the United Nations.

1911

The company receives its fourth Royal Warrant from His Majesty George V.

Thomas Crapper WC Set

1910

Thomas Crapper died and is buried in Elmer’s End Cemetery, Beckenham, Kent.

1907

Thomas Crapper & Co Ltd. purchased 120 Kings Road, Chelsea for a new bathroom showroom.

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