I'm trying to learn more about this alloy and there is scant little on Google. William Godfrey Lecomber created a copper alloy for use in frictionless bearings and apparently huge amounts were sold to America and South Africa. WGL called the alloy Cantaba and named his farm in Ruthin (which he built in 1915) Cantaba after this alloy. WGL’s engineering businesses were Thomas Ryder & Co and Allen Harrison & Co which were in Commercial Street, Knott Mill, Manchester. Allen Harrison & Co operated out of the Cambridge Works in Commercial Street. Any information gratefully received.