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Typescript Description of 'Elliott Power Indicator', by Elliott Brothers, c.1910

Inventory Number: 11981
Object Type:
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: Carbon typescript description headed 'Elliott Power Indicator. (Harrison & Slaughter Patent.)', 2 sheets and 2 cyanotype (blueprint) photographs pinned to them (see separate entries).
Primary Inscriptions:
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003. Part of the Elliott Archive.
Collection Group: Elliott Archive
Material(s): Paper

There are no associated narratives.

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Photograph (Cyanotype) of a Power Indicator, by Elliott Brothers, c.1910

Inventory Number: 11981
Object Type:
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: In Elliott Archive 4/20/3/2, typescript description. Cyanotype (blueprint) photograph of an electrical power indicator (maximum demand indicator) by Elliott Brothers, the instrument marked 'Power Indicator. | Harrison & Slaughter's Patent No.24894./07 | Elliott Brothers London ...'. Shown closed; one of two (companion shows inside). Vertical format.
Primary Inscriptions: Inscribed with negative number 'N55'.
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003. Part of the Elliott Archive.
Collection Group: Elliott Archive
Material(s): Paper

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/11981

Photograph (Cyanotype) of a Power Indicator, by Elliott Brothers, c.1910

Inventory Number: 11981
Object Type:
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: In Elliott Archive 4/20/3/2, typescript description. Cyanotype (blueprint) photograph of an electrical power indicator (maximum demand indicator) by Elliott Brothers. Shown with cover removed; one of two (companion shows closed). Vertical format.
Primary Inscriptions: Inscribed with negative number 'N56'.
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003. Part of the Elliott Archive.
Collection Group: Elliott Archive
Material(s): Paper

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/11981