D'Arsonval high frequency electrotherapy machine,

Made:
1890-1910 in Paris
maker:
√Čtablissements Gaiffe-Gallot et Pilon

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D'Arsonval high frequency electrotherapy machine, probably an early version later modified for use with mains current, consists of control cabinet, desk, Oudin resonator, condenser, motor and motor switch, by Gaiffe-Gallot and Pilon of Paris, French, 1890-1920. See note.

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