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Duplicator, Ellams, Diaphragm Model, Great Britain, c. 1930, silk screen forn duplicator; patent self rising screen, spring action patent no. 230345, foolscape size, intergral with carrying woood case; serial no. 472...(SB).

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Duplicator, Ellams, Diaphragm Model, Great Britain, c. 1930, silk screen forn duplicator; patent self rising screen, spring action patent no. 230345, foolscape size, intergral with carrying woood case; serial no. 472...(SB).

Summary

Object No.

H9393

Object Statement

Duplicator, Ellams, Diaphragm Model, Great Britain, c. 1930, silk screen forn duplicator; patent self rising screen, spring action patent no. 230345, foolscape size, intergral with carrying woood case; serial no. 472...(SB).

Physical Description

Duplicator, Ellams, Diaphragm Model, Great Britain, c. 1930, silk screen forn duplicator; patent self rising screen, spring action patent no. 230345, foolscape size, intergral with carrying woood case; serial no. 472...(SB).

Dimensions

Height

373 mm

Width

143 mm

Depth

509 mm

Production

Source

Credit Line

Gift of BW Farrell, 1979

Acquisition Date

19 February 1979

Cite this Object

Harvard

Duplicator, Ellams, Diaphragm Model, Great Britain, c. 1930, silk screen forn duplicator; patent self rising screen, spring action patent no. 230345, foolscape size, intergral with carrying woood case; serial no. 472...(SB). 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 September 2020, <https://ma.as/256668>

Wikipedia

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