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Joseph Wilson Swan, British physicist and chemist, demonstrating electromagnetism, 1889
Joseph Wilson Swan, British physicist and chemist, demonstrating electromagnetism, 1889
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The Valley of Rocks, Near Linton, Devonshire, 1831. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
The Valley of Rocks, Near Linton, Devonshire, 1831. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
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The Ediswan Pointolite, c1916
The Ediswan Pointolite, c1916
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The First Incandescent Electric Lamp, c1916
The First Incandescent Electric Lamp, c1916
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Boultons Screw Coining Press, As Used in the Royal Mint, 1866.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
Boultons Screw Coining Press, As Used in the Royal Mint, 1866.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
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Cottons Patent Automaton Balance. With Pilchers Improvements, 1866.Artist: William Cotton
Cottons Patent Automaton Balance. With Pilchers Improvements, 1866.Artist: William Cotton
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Improved Balance (To Weigh 2000 Ounces.), 1866.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
Improved Balance (To Weigh 2000 Ounces.), 1866.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
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The Nahr-El-Kelb (Dog River), Lebanon, 1841.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
The Nahr-El-Kelb (Dog River), Lebanon, 1841.Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
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Sir Joseph Swan (1828-1914), English physicist and chemist, 1911-1912
Sir Joseph Swan (1828-1914), English physicist and chemist, 1911-1912
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Advertisement for Ediswan incandescent light bulbs, 1898
Advertisement for Ediswan incandescent light bulbs, 1898
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Bells improved reaping machine by Crosskill, c1840s. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
Bells improved reaping machine by Crosskill, c1840s. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry
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Sir Joseph Wilson Swan, scientist and inventor, c1900
Sir Joseph Wilson Swan, scientist and inventor, c1900
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Bells improved reaping machine by Crosskill, c1840s. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry Featured Print

Bells improved reaping machine by Crosskill, c1840s. Artist: Joseph Wilson Lowry

Bell's improved reaping machine by Crosskill, c1840s. A farmer operates the machine by guiding two horses behind which push the harvester forward. This machine designed by Patrick Bell (1799- 1869), was one of the first practical reaping machines to incorporate features that are still seen on modern combine harvesters. Bell and Cyrus McCormick both put reaping machines into the Great Exhibition (1851), they helped lead to the widespread acceptance of mechanised reaping in England

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Savoy Theatre, London, 1881
Savoy Theatre, London, 1881
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Joseph Wilson Swan, c1880
Joseph Wilson Swan, c1880
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Street in Newcastle Upon Tyne lit by Swan incandescent electric lamps, 1883
Street in Newcastle Upon Tyne lit by Swan incandescent electric lamps, 1883
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