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Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun

Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun
Inscription

Greater London Council
Sir Hiram Maxim, 1840 - 1916, inventor and engineer designed and manufactured The Maxim Gun in a workshop on these premises.

Site: Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun (1 memorial)

EC1, Hatton Garden, Kovacs House

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Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun

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Maxim Gun

The first portable automatic machine gun. In the 1888 photograph the Prince ...

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Sir Hiram Maxim

Inventor and engineer. Designed and manufactured The Maxim Gun. Born Sanger...

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Sir Hiram Maxim and his gun

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Greater London Council

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