Set of 2 Stickers, Hedy Lamarr & Josephine Cochrane, Inventors

$5.00

Set of two stickers – Josephine Cochrane – Oval laminated polyproprylene sticker, 3″ x 2″ oval. Permanent adhesive and outdoor durable.

THedy Lamarr vinyl sticker is made of thick, durable vinyl with lamination that protects the sticker from scratching, rain and sunlight!  4″ x 2.57″ die cut shape.

Original illustrations by Betsy Zacsek.  Copyright Betsy Zacsek 2018.

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Celebrate two lady inventors with this two pack! Josephine Cochrane invented and patented the first practical automatic dishwasher and it won an award at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago! Too expensive for all but the richest, at first it was used mostly in restaurants and hotels. She was awarded her patent in 1886. Celebrate the dishwasher, this marvelous invention, and the woman who created it!

Laminated polyproprylene sticker, 3″ x 2″ oval. Permanent adhesive and outdoor durable.

This Hedy Lamarr vinyl sticker is made of thick, durable vinyl with lamination that protects the sticker from scratching, rain and sunlight!  4″ x 2.57″

Hedy Lamarr and her friend George invented frequency hopping to help in the war effort of WWII.  Though the technology wasn’t complete in time to help with the war, it contributed to modern day tech, such as WiFi!

Original illustrations by Betsy Zacsek.  Copyright Betsy Zacsek 2018.

(Notebook or computer not included, shown for scale.)

(That cool squirrel on a bike sticker is by Sloe Gin Fizz.)

Purchased separately, would cost $6.00, bundled is $5.00

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