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George Frasi

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Model of Frasi beam engine at the Musee des Arts et Metiers in Paris

of London

See also Frazi.

1833 George Frasi, Senior, Goswell Street, Clerkenwell, Engineer, bankrupt. [1]

1833 George Frasi Sr. and Jr., Goswell Street, partnership dissolved [2]

1834 A new steam engine and boiler by Frasi included in the sale of equipment at the Griffin Foundry, Compton Passage, Clerkenwell [3]

1843 George Frasi listed as engineer and millwright, 158 Goswell Street, and also George Frasi, Ironfounder (Gilbert and Frasi of 55 Golden Lane, St Luke's). [4]

An 1827 1:10 scale model of Frasi Woolf-type compound beam engine is on display at the Musee des Arts et Metiers (see photo).

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette, 12 April 1833
  2. London Gazette, 19 April 1836
  3. Morning Advertiser - Saturday 4 January 1834
  4. The Post Office London Directory 1843