This pointer-type galvanometer was made by W.G. Pye. Galvanometers are instruments that measure small variations in electric current. Pye was a Cambridge company started by William George Pye in 1896. Originally an instrument manufacturing company, Pye expanded into many fields and became particularly famous for its radios. This particular model was invented in the early 1920s and manufactured to the same design for many years.
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