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 Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator(Read 471 times)
Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator on: July 23, 2017, 09:11

Sometimes finding a positive identification for the amorphous bits of metal and ‘partefacts’ found by detectorists can lead us up many garden paths before we arrive at a satisfactory conclusion … a post on attention to detail when doing research.
http://www.johnwinter.net/jw/2017/07/ellwoods-patent-ventilator/

Sometimes finding a positive identification for the amorphous bits of metal and ‘partefacts’ found by detectorists can lead us up many garden paths before we arrive at a satisfactory conclusion … a post on attention to detail when doing research.
http://www.johnwinter.net/jw/2017/07/ellwoods-patent-ventilator/
   
 
   
 
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Several Minelabs / XP Goldmaxx Power / Deus
  • Oldest find: Celtic Gold Staters
Assistant Editor of the UK Searcher magazine
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Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #1 on: July 23, 2017, 17:06
Were there any moving parts or just a ventilated washer?
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Owned,Two Mlb 5000. Sovs,GT and XS, Ace 250's.
  • Oldest find: Ancient gold and 1797 cartwheel penny.



Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #2 on: July 23, 2017, 21:37
No moving parts, but I understand that here was an air space between the two parts of the helmet.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Several Minelabs / XP Goldmaxx Power / Deus
  • Oldest find: Celtic Gold Staters



Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #3 on: July 29, 2017, 20:44
Thank god it wasn't this type of ventilator
  • Detector(s) owned/used: garret ace 250



Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #4 on: July 30, 2017, 14:57
Ah, so that's where that saying comes from. 😆
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II, Minelab CTX3030



Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #5 on: July 30, 2017, 16:55
Yes they used it for people who had drowned
  • Detector(s) owned/used: garret ace 250



Re: Ellwood’s Patent Ventilator Reply #6 on: July 30, 2017, 21:29
The Tobacco Enema Kit, 1774
I did a blog post in 2013 about this enema device use specifically for the resuscitation of drowning victims. The wasmth of the smoke was thought to promote respiration. The interesting phrase 'blowing smoke up your arse' is reputed to have originated at this rime.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Several Minelabs / XP Goldmaxx Power / Deus
  • Oldest find: Celtic Gold Staters





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New minelab patent and another machine.

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