Basil Low 5: The Automatic Perfume Fountain

 <— 4: Maritime Wireless Company                                          6: Franking Machine between the Wars —>   © 1975 Basil Low (aged 86 at the time ) I left Auckland in July 1921 with my wife Elsie and little son David and arrived in...

Basil Low 6: The Franking Machine between the Wars

<— 5: The Automatic Perfume Fountain                                                              back to start —> When Basil was discharged from the Army in November 1918, he did not re-apply to join Mr Moss’ company as it was “in a bad way and was...

Basil Low 4: The Maritime Wireless Company

<—3:Automatic Stamping Machine                                          5: The Automatic Perfume Fountain —> Bas spoke to Mr Ernest Moss about the new stamping machines that had been reported as landing in Australia. Mr Moss got him a position at the...

Basil Low 3: The Automatic Stamping Machine (pre- WW1)

<— 2: Starting a Career                                                                4: Maritime Wireless Company —> The Automatic Stamping Machine Company Limited On his return from Lake Tekapo, his good friend Edgar Pannell suggested he consider...