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EARLY COSSOR X-RAY TUBE, 1900's

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EARLY COSSOR X-RAY TUBE, 1900's

An early X-Ray tube that has been over driven by Mr Lee, Causing an element to drop, before he donated it to the museum. On the top is a pillar containing Asbestos which when charged by high voltage re-gassed the tube.

The firm A.C.Cossor Ltd was established in 1859, making Scientific glassware.
Cossor Electronics started in 1875.

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