a photomontage with Marconi and the yacht Elettra. The text with autograph signature: ... le mie invenzioni sono per salvare l'umanita', non per distruggerla. Date: March the 26, 1930.

London 1896 - Guglielmo Marconi
with his set during the firsts experiments in England.

The little daughter Elettra between his father Guglielmo and the second wife Maria Cristina.

Patent 7777-Oscillating sintonic circuit with inductance and capacity - London 1898.
Before, it was not only impossible to send a reserved message, it was also impossible to install more than one radio station in the same place because the transmission of one would interfere with the transmissions of the other and it was not even possible to select the signals on reception.

This is text of the original Patent 7777 in date 26 of April, 1900.

Clockwork magnetic detector "Marconi" - 1906.
Questo apparecchio tenne onorevolmente il campo delle comunicazioni radiotelegrafiche specialmente marittime, fino alla sostituzione con i cristalli e le valvole, permettendo fra l'altro i primi clamorosi salvataggi sul mare, come quelli dei passeggeri dei transatlantici Republic del 1909 e Titanic del 1912.

Guglielmo Marconi - This is one of the most beautiful images of the scientist: he was a little more than a boy, but his eyes were watching so far away ...

The Elettra yacht rided at anchor in Genova harbour in 1930.
The yacht was equipped as laboratory, on it Marconi made the most of his experiments.

London - Marconi, with his assisten Mr. Paget during an experiment.

Marconi in 1931 - beside the parabolic antenna of the experimental radio bridge between Levanto and Santa Margherita Ligure.

12 february 1931. Marconi, in the presence of Papa Pio XI, inaugurates the new radio station of Vatican City.

The first radio-telegraphic transmitting set of Guglielmo Marconi.The photo shows a reproduction kept in Villa Grifone.

Newfoundland, 1901. Launching the kite for supporting the receiving antenna.

This radio Ondina 33 was given by Marconi to the Commander Nobile for his expedition to North Pole in 1928.

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