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Smallest Bi Polar Dynamo?


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Old 01-24-2013, 12:50:42 AM
Jason Dahm Jason Dahm is offline
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Default Smallest Bi Polar Dynamo?

This isn't an actual working dynamo but it was a souvenir of the celebration of the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Boston for their 25th anniversary in 1911. Has anyone seen any others like this? I thought I'd share some pics for your enjoyment.
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Jason I have one just like it. I always thought of it as a paperweight. Not many of these around. As for the smallest here are two working dynamos in my collection. The larger is a Franklin the smaller is a Marklin. The same item was also marked Eison. Ron
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