Alwyn Bailey (left) and Richard Platek making a quality check.
New office block.
A safe designed to go under floorboards making it more difficult to find.
The photograph shows Paul Nash, Steve Wood and Graham Foster inspecting new machinery.
Invoices on computer tape were subjected to a blazing furnace, but remained intact thanks to a Chubb fire resistant security cabinet. W. H. Smith is mentioned. The photograph shows Alan Stone (left), being handed the tape after the test by with Tom Davies
Four Wolverhampton firms in use: a Guy lorry, fitted with a Thompson trailer, carrying Chubb safes and cabinets for France and Switzerland, using the haulier Cartwright Transport.
Copy of a notice published in the Wolverhampton Chronicle 3 May 1882 by Charles Chubb, challenging people to pick his locks, which was on display in the Locksmith public house in Heath Town.
Locksmith, shop steward and Justice of the Peace, Tom Sadler.
Workers went on strike over a plan to stop Union meetings. The photograph shows Charles B. Barton.
The growth in organised crime was seen as good for business. Charles Barton is quoted, and the photograph shows lock assembly worker Doris Hoseason.