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H6696 Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston's Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB).. Click to enlarge.

Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston’s Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB).

Made in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1960.

Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston’s Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB).

Summary

Object No.

H6696

Object Statement

Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston's Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB).

Physical Description

Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston's Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB).

Dimensions

Height

275 mm

Width

530 mm

Depth

135 mm

Production

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Battery unit, wet cell, [Wollaston's Battery, Sydney], 1960.(OF). Battery unit consisting of 4 Leclanche cells in series, (dry cell batteries developed from this type of cell).(SB). 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 September 2019, <https://ma.as/246307>

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This object is currently on display in Experimentations at the Powerhouse Museum.

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