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The name "Standard" adopted by founder R.W. Maudslay to represent the very forefront of excellence. It referred, literally, to the standard, or flag, that traditionally leads an army into battle. The company used similar flag-related names such as 'Ensign', 'Flying Standard' and 'Vanguard' (the leading soldiers in a battle-field charge). It was the eventual debasement of the word "Standard" in general usage that led, 60 years after the company was founded, to the name being dropped by the parent company. It no longer meant what it once did.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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