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Antique Copper Cross Chain

Alexandar Bell - (March 3 1847 - Aug 2, 1922) - a Scotsman living in America, invented the telephone on 7 March 1876. His first inspiration for the "electrical speech machine" — the telephone — came in 1874, while he was tinkering with an earlier idea, the "harmonic telegraph" that could send more than one telegraphed messages at once. Over the next few years, working with his assistant, Thomas A. Watson, Bell discovered that under certain circumstances sound could be carried short distances across telegraph wires. On 10 March 1876 their experiments led to an unplanned breakthrough, when Bell muttered a sentence at his shop table ("Mr. Watson, come here -- I want you.") and Watson, wiring equipment on another floor of the same building, heard his voice clearly, right through the wires.

This listing is for 10 foot of Antique Copper Color, Cross Chain. Each link is crossed one by one, and are 3 x 4mm, and 0.7mm thick.

If you would like a larger quantity I would be happy to put a custom order together for you, just contact me.

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Antique Copper chain - Alexandar Bell - 10 Foot - Steampunk - Antique Copper Cross Chain


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  • Craft type: Jewelry making
  • Primary color: Copper
  • Material: Copper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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