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    Default Chubb Sales News

    This is the first, second and third issues, interestingly undated, anybody hazard a guess based on the contents...
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    The commerce Eurosafe and pre-phoneday telephone numbers point towards early 90's ?

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    Possibly even earlier, the second issue mentions Steven Cox being in financial difficulty which I know from discussions with safeman was around 1982, and the typewriter print looks to be about right for then.

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    I am continuously amazed at the collective knowledge here at AL. All the knowledge snippets or small grains of sand combining. This is industrial archeology at its best. Thanks to Oldlock and Huw.

    I have added the third issue to the first post. Interestingly there doesn't seem to be any more issued with the author moving on to another position within Chubb - unless anybody knows different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huw Eastwood View Post
    Possibly even earlier, the second issue mentions Steven Cox being in financial difficulty which I know from discussions with safeman was around 1982, and the typewriter print looks to be about right for then.
    I attach a copy of the J W Levy & Sons Safe Ratings table for 1985 which shows for the first time
    the Chubb Eurosafe replacing the Renown.

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ID:	16837 This was the last year of publication as it was becoming litigious.

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