Wotzdisden


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       #1331

    Spot on. :)

    Known as 'Stookie Bill' this ventriloquist’s dummy was used by John Logie Baird (1888-1946) in his experimental television work. The lights for the experiments were so hot Baird couldn't use a human for the tests. Baird began experimenting with imaging systems in the early 1920s. By 1924 he successfully transmitted outline images over wires and by 1925 he was able to transmit recognisable human faces.

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       #1332

    Wotzdisden-sdf.jpg
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       #1333

    A log maker from old newspapers?
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       #1334

    good guess but ....no
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       #1335

    a tile marker
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       #1336

    Is it the lever to alter the train lines.
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       #1337

    nope dennis . and not a tile chopper either!
    sorry joan guess again
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       #1338

    Is it for working with glue? is it a Bench Vice?
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       #1339

    no jim !
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       #1340

    ok here it is from the other side
    Wotzdisden-.jpg
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