1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA...
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO
1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO

1854 - SOCIETA' ANONIMA DELL'ELETTRO TESSITURA INVENZIONE BONELLI - 5 AZIONI - TORINO

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Approvata con Regio Decreto del 5 Luglio 1854. Azioni 10.000 al portatore di Lire cento caduna

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A document accompanied by beautiful allegories symbolizing social objectives. Today we are talking about a bearer share of 1 100 Lire Turin stock, issued on 31 August 1854, by the Società Elettro dell'Antonro - Tessitura (Invention Bonelli). Gaetano Bonelli, head of the homonymous company, creates the company to apply his invention in the industrial textile sector. In other words, the application of electricity as a regulatory force to the famous Jacquard looms through the use of an electro-magnetic guide and the replacement of the mass in cartons with heddle armor, in order to simplify the mechanism. The electricity is thus supplied by batteries as cable electricity is not yet available. A discovery that is greeted with clamor by the industrial textile world that, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, thanks to the introduction of the first textile machines and in particular of automatic spinning machines, called mules, by Pietro Sella (1784-1827), it undergoes a sudden transformation. The emergence of new technologies and the first textile factories brings the progressive division and specialization of work, determining on the one hand the formation of new professional profiles within the factory system and strengthening on the other the class of weavers at home. In the following decades, the historic textile dynasties of manufacturing origin were joined by entrepreneurs of working class origin who gave new impetus to production. Thus in the mid-nineteenth century there was a clear increase in production.

The bearer title of which we are dealing bears the autograph signatures of Bonelli and Philippe Dupré, a well-known exponent of the textile industry in Piedmont.

But it is the figure of the Milanese Gaetano Bonelli who arouses greater interest. Born in the Lombard capital in 1815, he soon entered the general direction of the Milanese census. From Milan he moved to Turin where he continued to work in wealth. In the meantime he gives a hand to the numerous Milanese who, with the revolts of 1948, have moved to the Piedmontese capital. During these years he became passionate about the use of the recently invented Morse telegraph. Precisely because of his incredible passion, in 1853, he was appointed chief and general director of the state's electrical telegraphs in Turin. In addition to the invention of which we spoke at the beginning, in 1855, he built the so-called telegraph warning, otherwise known as "of the locomotives". The warning telegraph allows the trains to be in continuous contact with the station. The instrument is inaugurated on the section from Turin to Moncalieri. A Bonelli is then responsible for the conception of the typotelegraph: an instrument devised in such a way as to be able to electrically transmit printed matter and autographs with telegraphic speed. Finally he invents the photobioscope, consisting of a stereoscopic viewer, whose right and left lenses are alternately obscured by a shutter, and a moving disc with images.

At a mature age Bonelli moved to Great Britain and after some initial difficulties, he agreed with a group of capitalists and founded the Bonelli’s electric telegraph company. Thanks to this enterprise Bonelli manages to apply the telephony between Manchester and Liverpool. Bonelli died in Turin on 20 September 1867. Until the last few days he devoted himself to perfecting his inventions.

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Torino
Year of issue
1854
Nation of issue
Regno d'Italia
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R10
Quotation Index
S8
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