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And new to the site are Gladys Rendell's Rembrandt photographs, 1932-1934. Our intent is to display here as many facets of the companies, and as many faces of the people, as we can. In 1890, engraver and innovator Karl Klic offered them his services, along with the photogravure process he had developed. In 1918, Edward Hunter will purchase the firm and combine his various printing and engraving operations on Whippendell Road under the banner of the Sun Engraving Company. The backdrop is clearly the Whippendell Road factory. But it was in the same collection as the photo above, so we presume it shows a team from a different (but earlier) year. The question was, 'How can a Dinner be held in Bucks and Herts at the same time?