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Guglielmo Marconi did not invent radio, but he was the first to invent a radio transmitter. When he could not find a buyer in Italy, he turned to England, his mother’s country, and on July 27, 1896, he gave the first-ever public demonstration of a radio. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1909 and on July 21, 1937, the day of his funeral, radio transmitters went silent for two minutes in tribute.
A Quick Overview of London Brass Rubbing Centre
Brass rubbing can be both meditative and a great way to learn history for both children and adults. At the London Brass Rubbing Centre helpful staff will instruct you in the use of specialist materials to get the best results from this, one of the most absorbing of London handcrafts.
With a choice of 90 replica brasses on offer – including Medieval knights in armour, glamorously costumed ladies, St George & The Dragon and William Shakespeare - no matter what you’re interested in, there’s a historical figure to suit you and create a superb artwork as a gift or just as a souvenir for London visitors to take home and show your friends and family.