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In 1830, Sewall Short and Noah Bradford submitted a patent application for the submarine explorer. In their application, they claimed that they had created a water-tight suit, different from any diving apparatus known before.

Diving armor: In Sewall Short and Noah Bradford submitted a patent application for the submarine explorer. In their application, they claimed that they had created a water-tight suit, different from any diving apparatus known before.

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Nautical Buoy Patent Print - Vintage Nautical Naval Art Sailor Gift Sailing Decor Nautical Decor Beach House Decor Boating Decor by PatentsAsPrints

Edison Kinetoscope

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You will love this unique archive print of a 1935 Deep Sea Diving Suit patent, presented as a vintage industrial or steampunk style drawing. It is part of our curated collection of the most unique, no

Deep Sea Diving Suit Patent Print

You will love this unique archive print of a 1935 Deep Sea Diving Suit patent, presented as a vintage industrial or steampunk style drawing. It is part of our curated collection of the most unique, no

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Submarine Patent Print 1897 - Submarine Blueprint, Vintage Submarine, Submarine Poster, Naval Art, Sailor Gift, Nautical Decor, Navy

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Life Preserving And Swimming Suit patent print

Life Preserving And Swimming Suit patent print

Technical Drawings, Swimming Suits

Militaria:Helmets, Diving Helmet: Shallow Water Miller-Dunn Navy Style 2 Divinhood.... Image #1

This rare helmet uses two pieces of angled glass - Available at 2013 June 8 Civil War &.

This may not be the first scuba suit. But, it is the first one that was actually useful in any way whatsoever this suit was made some german company named Messr S. and could go down to at least 200ft under water (since that’s how long the line was.) By the way, as a bonus it also only killed a quarter of the people who used it.

everythinghasastart: “ This may not be the first scuba suit. But, it is the first one that was actually useful in any way whatsoever this suit was made some german company named Messr S.

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