Varley's Lightning Protector, 1861

Made:
1861 in London
maker:
Cornelius Varley

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General Post Office lightning protector invented and made by C. F. Varley, London, England, 1861.

Details

Category:
Geophysics
Object Number:
1913-251
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), copper (metal), glass, gutta-percha, mahogany (wood) and solder
type:
lightning protector
taxonomy:
  • associated concepts
credit:
General Post Office