- Leopold Barnett & Co.,
9 Wynyard Street, Sydney, Australia [?-1895-1949-?]
- "In 1949 a local company, Leopold Barnett Pty Ltd of Sydney,
was advertising skylights which had an extra layer of glass
underneath, to improve the appearance and diffuse the light
better." —Ware & Richardson, Ramsay's Catalogue
Jamieson Street, New South Wales, Australia
- "Keppler's Ferro-Glass"
- Mentioned in Miles Lewis'
Australian Building: A Cultural Investigation,
section 11.05 (glass).
- Ad in The Argus
(Melbourne), Saturday, January 3, 1914, page 3:
"ARCHITECTS.—Use Keppler's Ferro Glass, Fire-proof
Pavement, Vertical Roof Lights, 6000ft. now being
supplied to one building in Melbourne. Agent, E. Ratcliff,
230 Collins st."
B. G. Plummer & Co.,
Sydney, Australia [Pat No. 20744] [ask20791]
- "Sole Agent in South Australia for HAYWARD BROS. &
ECKSTEIN, LTD., Manufacturers of PRISMATIC PAVEMENT
LIGHTS. The Lights menufactured by this Firm are
acknowledged the best in the market. DAYLIGHT REFLECTORS.
A visit to our Showrooms will enable any one to judge of
the value of these in increasing the natural light in a
room." —The Register, 31 May 1901, via Trove.