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Transmitter, tester type F2,... would be called a ‘Multi Meter’ in Australia,....made by Joseph Junker, Berlin, Germany, c. 1935...(SB).

Made c 1935

Transmitter, tester type F2,... would be called a ‘Multi Meter’ in Australia,....made by Joseph Junker, Berlin, Germany, c. 1935...(SB).

Summary

Object No.

K139

Object Statement

Transmitter, tester type F2,... would be called a 'Multi Meter' in Australia,....made by Joseph Junker, Berlin, Germany, c. 1935...(SB).

Physical Description

Transmitter, tester type F2,... would be called a 'Multi Meter' in Australia,....made by Joseph Junker, Berlin, Germany, c. 1935...(SB).

Production

Made

c 1935

Source

Credit Line

Gift of F Grundy, 1977

Acquisition Date

31 May 1977

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Transmitter, tester type F2,... would be called a 'Multi Meter' in Australia,....made by Joseph Junker, Berlin, Germany, c. 1935...(SB). 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 December 2018, <https://ma.as/261002>

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