HC Deb 13 April 1920 vol 127 cc1513-4W

asked the President of the Board of Trade how many standards of silver spruce purchased for aircraft purposes have been sold since the signing of the Armistice; the dates of the sales; the names of the firms to whom they were sold: and the prices realised in each case?


I have been asked to reply. A total of 3,145 standards of silver spruce has been disposed of to 60 firms at prices varying from £30 to £100 per standard, according to the quality and condition of the timber sold.