Machine for winding cotton into balls, invented by Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, unsigned, United Kingdom, 1800-1802. The first machine made was used at Strutts Cotton Mill. Belper.
- Textiles Machinery
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overall (including handle): 315 mm x 630 mm x 305 mm, Wt. 10kg Est.
- winding machine - thread
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
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- Lady Hawes.
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