Stripper Model - Push Type, Savage, Melbourne, circa 1861 Reg. No: ST 008144
- This model of a push type stripper was invented and constructed by Mr. R. Savage, Melbourne, Victoria, about 1861.
Savage's claim to this invention as an original one has since become doubtful. A stripper of very similar design (a gallic stripper of roman times) is illustrated in J. C. Loudon's Encyclopaedia of Agriculture dated 1844.
- Acquisition Information:
- Transfer from National Museum of Victoria, 1872
|Tagged with:||harvesting equipment, strippers|
|Themes this item is part of:||Hugh V. McKay, Agricultural Implement & Machinery Manufacturer, Ballarat & Sunshine, Victoria, H.V. McKay Sunshine Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection|
|Primary Classification:||AGRICULTURE & RURAL LIFE|
|Secondary Classification:||Crop Management - Harvesting|
|Tertiary Classification:||model strippers|
|Patentee:||R. Savage, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, circa 1861|
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