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B1227 Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12' high x 20' x 8'. No 749 (SB).. Click to enlarge.

Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12’ high x 20’ x 8’. No 749 (SB).

Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12" high x 20" x 8". No 749 (SB).

Summary

Object No.

B1227

Object Statement

Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12' high x 20' x 8'. No 749 (SB).

Physical Description

Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12" high x 20" x 8". No 749 (SB).

Dimensions

Height

260 mm

Width

485 mm

Depth

210 mm

Source

Credit Line

Gift of University of Sydney, 1954

Acquisition Date

9 June 1954

Cite this Object

Harvard

Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Wire Detector, clockwork driven. Size 12' high x 20' x 8'. No 749 (SB). 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 11 August 2020, <https://ma.as/207190>

Wikipedia

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