1898 - 1904
This company sold cars under the names Vipen and Holderness, but they were probably imported machines. Early Vipens were heavy-looking cars similar to the MMC or Panhard. In 1902 the company advertised a range of vehicles from a 1.5hp motorcycle to a car with 12hp 2-cylinder engine. The 1903 model was a 4-seater tonneau on De-Dion-Bouton lines.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile