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Tesla's Fixtures in Sheriff's Sale

Colorado Springs Gazette
March 10th, 1906

Famous Inventor's Paraphernalia to be Sold to Satisfy a Judgment for $928.

The sale of a quantity of personal property belonging to Nicola Tesla, the famous electric inventor, to satisfy an execution issued out of the county court in favor of C. J. Duffner, for $928.75 and costs, was scheduled to be held yesterday but was postponed by consent until 10 o'clock on the morning of March 22. The property held by the sheriff consists of 27 cases of goods and 10 coils of copper wire, all of which was levied upon in Tesla's experimental station on Nob hill.


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