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2 LIGHT SWITCHES & 4 AMP PLUG SUPPRESSOR, 1940's

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2 LIGHT SWITCHES & 4 AMP PLUG SUPPRESSOR, 1940's

Back right, Porcelain toggle light switches, notice the wire entry from the side, the house wiring would have been on the surface. Front right, Turn type switch, most common in European countries this has two positions and can be used to switch two independent circuits. The Aerialite suppressor plug adaptor is rated at 4 amps and fits a standard round 3 pin 5 amp plug, this was used to suppress radio frequency interference from appliances such as Vacuum cleaners from wireless reception, with it's original box, made by Aerialite of Stalybridge Cheshire.

Bruce Hammond Collection

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