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Since 1870, led by five generations of Bagshaws
The W.H. Bagshaw Company has been around for 150 years and are the oldest pin-makers in the U.S.
The Family-owned company has been around for 150 years and are the oldest pin-makers in the U.S. Karen Meyers sits down with the founder’s great, great grandson and his wife who now lead the charge.
To say the Bagshaw Family has a rich history and commitment to manufacturing is truly an understatement. They also have a 148-year story of commitment to making quality products that merit their name.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) today hosted Aaron Bagshaw, President of Nashua-based manufacturer W.H. Bagshaw, at a hearing of the House Small Business Committee.
Mary Collins, state director, NH SBDC, states, “Adria was the unanimous choice of the board governance committee to serve as the new chair of the SBDC Advisory Board.
The company was established in 1870 by Walter Henry Bagshaw, an English immigrant who landed his first pin manufacturing job at the age of 9.
PMPA Member W.H.Bagshaw Company and employee featured on CNN Money.