Original linen-backed French patent lithograph for Thomas Edison's invention of a 'machine for filling and stuffing tubes,' one page, 12.25 x 10.5, circa 1906. The machine is designed for the automatic filling and stuffing of tubes, specifically Edison-type accumulator electrodes, with alkaline electrolyte. The top border reads: "No. 362.693, M. Edison, 2 planches.—Pl. II." In fine condition.
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