- 65 York St. (1843)
- 38 & 65 York St. (1883)
- 38, 64 & 65 York St. (1898)
- "Foundry: Pavement Lights, Glass Floors for Electricity Works,
Coal Plates, Cellar Flaps"
- "Wrought iron & other casements & frames"
CASEMENTS and FRAMES,
Suitable for Churches, Parsonage Houses, Public Buildings,
and Private Dwellings.
38 & 65, YORK STREET, WESTMINSTER
BURT & POTTS also wish to call particular attention
to their Wrought-iron Casements of a cheaper make,
which are well adapted for use in Schools, Cottages, etc.
All the above can be made to any design. Full particulars
and prices on application. Also Manufacturers of Skylights
and all descriptions of Wrought-Iron Work.
1883 ad — The Architects' & Contractors' Handbook...
FOR ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS, FROM A CASTLE TO A COTTAGE
BURT & POTTS
WROUGHT IRON & other
38, 64 & 65 YORK St, WESTMINSTER
CASEMENTS & frames
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE POST FREE
July 1898 ad — Grace's Guide
- "Burt & Potts, smiths & ironmongers, 65 York st., Westminst"
—The Post Office London Directory, 1843
- The Architects' & contractors' handbook and illustrated catalogue of materials and manufactures, 1883
- Coal plate in the style of Borough Engineering Works, Westminster —Peter Hughes, flickr
- Coal plate at Warwick Square —Jane's London
- Manhole cover at Westminster Abbey —untapped cities/Michelle Young
- "A number of other companies around the country were
manufacturing metal windows: Wragge's of Manchester were the
pioneers, they were soon joined by Wenham & Walters,
Williams & Williams, Hopes, and Burt & Potts."
—Country Life/Steel windows and architecture