Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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1904 Patent. Improvements in brakes for motor-cars and other road vehicles.<ref>Coventry Herald - Friday 03 June 1904</ref>
1904 Patent. Improvements in brakes for motor-cars and other road vehicles.<ref>Coventry Herald - Friday 03 June 1904</ref>


1908 Patent. A citizen of Russia, but at present residing at 5 Gilston road, Kensington, in the county of London, England, student, have invented a certain new and useful Improved Vacuum-Pump.<ref>[https://patents.google.com/patent/US891026 Google patents]</ref>
1908 Patent. A citizen of Russia, but at present residing at 5 Gilston road, Kensington, in the county of London, England, student, has invented a certain new and useful Improved Vacuum-Pump.<ref>[https://patents.google.com/patent/US891026 Google patents]</ref>


1911 Living at 1 Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road, South Kensington: [[Joseph Zeitlin]] (age 28 born Tiflis, Russia), Mechanical and Electrical Engineer to the [[Zeitlin Vacuum Syndicate]]. Unmarried.<ref>1911 census</ref>
1911 Living at 1 Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road, South Kensington: [[Joseph Zeitlin]] (age 28 born Tiflis, Russia), Mechanical and Electrical Engineer to the [[Zeitlin Vacuum Syndicate]]. Unmarried.<ref>1911 census</ref>

Latest revision as of 19:11, 26 November 2021

Joseph Zeitlin (c1883-1928) of the Zeitlin Engine Co

Inventor of the Zeitlin Aero-Engine, of 222 Strand, London W.C.

1904 Patent. Improvements in brakes for motor-cars and other road vehicles.[1]

1908 Patent. A citizen of Russia, but at present residing at 5 Gilston road, Kensington, in the county of London, England, student, has invented a certain new and useful Improved Vacuum-Pump.[2]

1911 Living at 1 Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road, South Kensington: Joseph Zeitlin (age 28 born Tiflis, Russia), Mechanical and Electrical Engineer to the Zeitlin Vacuum Syndicate. Unmarried.[3]

1916 Patent. Valves and valve-gear for internal combustion engines.[4]

1916 Patent. Cooling devices for internal combustion engines,.[5]

1919 Images and description of his 7-cylinder rotary engine.[6]

1928 December 26th. Died at the London Jewish Hospital; of 106 Prior Road, Hornsey. probate to Olga Zeitlin, Widow. Buried at Edmonton Federation of Synagogues Cemetery.

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Sources of Information

  1. Coventry Herald - Friday 03 June 1904
  2. Google patents
  3. 1911 census
  4. Coventry Standard - Friday 28 January 1916
  5. Coventry Standard - Friday 27 October 1916
  6. The Engineer 1919/04/25