Canary resuscitator

Made:
1920-1930 in London
maker:
Siebe Gorman and Company Limited
Canary resuscitator

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Canary resuscitator
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Aluminium animal air tester, as used by rescue parties in mines

Details

Category:
Mining & Ore Dressing
Object Number:
1930-635
Materials:
aluminium alloy, copper (alloy), feather, glass, metal (ferrous), rubber (unidentified) and wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall: 260 mm x 290 mm x 140 mm, 2.83 kg
type:
resuscitator
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
credit:
Siebe Gorman and Co.