Dental X-ray machine. Covered in a metal shell that is pained cream. The machine is rectangular in shape with a square base. The base has four protruding legs that are also painted cream. Each leg has a black coloured double wheel attachment. The top of the machine has a tall chrome post protruding upwards from the centre of the main body. There is a narrow plank across the top of the post, creating a 'T' shape. One end of the 'T' is curved downwards. On the front face of the machine is a makers plate with an 'ON/OFF' switch beneath and a green and a red plastic button above. The machine has one electrical wire wrapped around the body with a three pronged plug attached to the end.
Signature/Marks and Type
The/ 'Kingsway'/ Dental X-Ray Outfit./ Made in England/ Watson & Sons Ltd/ Electro-Medical/ Wimberley Label
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Credit Line
Dental X-Ray machine, 1981.171.1. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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