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Farrer had many connections with the cycle trade, was a good engineer and a great salesman and was to become the driving force in Villiers.
So successful was this move that Frank Farrer joined Villiers full-time in 1902; the factory employed 36 men.
The production of free wheels reached its peak just after World War II, as the company produced 80,000 per week or 4 million per year.
1918 Frank Pountney joined the company and became chief engineer 1919 Charles Marston stepped back from the day to day management of the company.Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. (1937) 1880s John Marston's Sunbeam cycle had become extremely successful, by relying on high quality of production and finish.This web publication contains 133,862 pages of information and 212,095 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them. But Marston was dissatisfied with the pedals on his machines, which he bought in.1898 As a result of the tour John Marston bought a small Japanning works in Villiers Street, Wolverhampton, that had belonged to Edward Bullivant.Under the direction of Charles, the new company made cycle parts for the Sunbeam cycle.