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  1. A name that sometimes crops up in connection with concertinas (especially ones found in North London) is that of Heny Dean, and it is most often to be found on a printed label that reads something like this: H. DEAN, CONCERTINA DEALER, TUNER & REPAIRER 21, STIRLING ROAD, Lordship Lane, WOOD GREEN, N.22. ---------------------- ESTABLISHED 50 YEARS. This is the label of Henry Dean (ii), the eldest son of Henry Dean (i), who was born in Battersea, London, on 10th February 1871. He seems to have spent his whole working lif
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