Looks a lot like my Youngs (of Lewisham) Marksman, 1960, 531 throughout and Nervex Professional lugs as Ned has mentioned.
There is a mention of Jack on Classic Lightweights, confirms the address and that it was a one roomed shop, but no mention of his frames.
The Stoke Newington location is usually associated with Paris. I've not heard of Baguley: suspect (again Ned might be right) frames were bought in from trade builder.
Nice frameset nonetheless.
Just compared a picture of a Youngs Marksman and they are very similar!
Here's my Marksman for comparison, I've shown the seatstay wrapover and brake bridge as they are different (I don't think yours is a Youngs, but a nice frame as mentioned).
For any Youngs fans out there in RBland
my Marksman has the super rare
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