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Despite it's innovations and high reputation, Crown's success dwindled after the death of Thomson Sr. The company was sold to Lever Brothers (now Unilever) for £300,000.Under Lever, Crown's resources were turned to making hair products rather than perfume, and in 1939 the company was closed. His grandfather started outside of Winston- Salem around 1861.He would fire up the still that was on the farm and distilled whiskey for family use.I REALLY ENJOY MY SITE ALOT AND ALWAYS WANT IT BETTER!! Crown had it's origins in corset making - In 1840, American, William Sparks Thomson opened his corset business at 40 The Strand, London.He created high busted corsets to "assist the lady whom nature had not endowed with ample fullness".
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