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Low Frequency Iron Core Inductance In Wooden Box, by Marconi Company, London, Early 20th Century

Inventory Number: 68721
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 2004-9/632
Brief Description: Low Frequency Iron Core Inductance In Wooden Box, with five terminals mounted linearly upon upper surface of varnished teak box. With brass maker's plaque. Interior including L.F. iron core inductance unrevealed. On display, and currently used, with Assorted Copper Busbars And Ebonite Insulators (Inv. Num. 79425).
Primary Inscriptions: "MARCONI'S WIRELESS / TELEGRAPH CO. LTD. / NO. 70539 LONDON" printed on brass maker's plaque upon upper surface of box. Assorted numeric frequency values etched into upper surface but too faded to read.
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation.
Collection Group: Marconi Collection
Material(s): Iron
brass
teak

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