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Agricultural Engineers Co

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of London

Agricultural Implement Makers

c.1860 This was a newly formed association. They exhibited a range of implements including:

  • The Caloric Air-Engine, invented by Captain Ericsson.
  • A combined threshing machine of Messrs. Barrett, Exall, and Andrewes, of Reading
  • New Harrows, and a prize Root Pulper, invented by Mr. Bentall, of Weybridge
  • The Patent Agricultural Pump Filter, invented and manufactured by F. Danchell, London.

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