National Automatic Machines Ltd. were a leading maker of small vendors for stamps, chewing gum, matches, cigarettes, chocolate, etc. with a factory at 99, Cobbold Road, London NW10. The company (incorporated on the 9th of January, 1929) also had an address at Progress House, Kingston Road, London, SW20.


The early Wrigley gum vendors were red in colour, but changed to white in the late 1950s.

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