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- Ritter Dental Manufacturing Co. "Imperial Columbia" Dental Chaircstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-ritter-dental-manufacturing-company-imperial-columbia-dental-chair.phpThis Ritter “Imperial Columbia” chair (1905–1925) made dentistry easier and more comfortable for both the patient and the dentist.
- Crescent "no. 10" Bicyclecstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-crescent-no-10-bicycle.phpCrescent "no. 10" Bicycle
- George Knight & Sons Sliding Box Cameracstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-george-knight-sons-sliding-box-camera.phpThis “sliding box” camera is based on a design invented by Louis Daguerre around 1839.
- AES Data Ltd. "AES Plus 103" Word Processorcstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-aes-data-limited-aes-plus-103-word-processor.phpWord processors like the AES Plus 103 revolutionized office management in the 1970s and 1980s.
- Arc Lamp Jumperscstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-arc-lamp-jumpers.phpThis is a rare example of an early twentieth-century trimmer’s tool, used to repair and maintain arc lamps.
- Arc Lamp Carbons Holdercstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-arc-lamp-carbons-holder.phpThis is a rare example of an early twentieth-century trimmer’s tool, used to repair and maintain arc lamps.
- Westinghouse Arc Lamp Gauge and Viewercstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-westinghouse-arc-lamp-gauge-and-viewer.phpThese are rare examples of early twentieth-century tools, used by a trimmer to repair and maintain arc lamps.
- Bassett-Lowke Ltd. Titanic Modelcstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-bassett-lowke-limited-titanic-model.phpThe Titanic model tells a story of technology and tragedy.
- Canadian Television Ltd. Mechanical Television cstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-canadian-telivision-ltd-mechanical-television.phpThe fashionable art deco cabinet of this 1932 television prototype reflected its status as a luxury, “high tech” consumer item.
- Warner & Swasey Co. Refracting Telescopecstmhttp://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-warner-and-swasey-company-refracting-telescope.phpCome see the Warner & Swasey telescope in action at the Museum’s Helen Sawyer Hogg Observatory.