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Victa is an Australian manufacturer of outdoor garden equipment, this includes petrol & electric ... An early Victa lawn mower. The 'Victa' lawn mower was invented in 1952, in the backyard of Mervyn Victor Richardson in Concord, Australia.

www.gizmodo.com.au/2011/01/australias-top-10-inventions-the-victa-lawn-mower

Jan 26, 2011 ... Today, we pay homage to Mervyn Victor Richardson, who made the menial job of mowing grass faster and easier for people around the world ...

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Mervyn Victor Richardson (1893-1972), inventor, was born on 11 November 1893 at ... The Richardson radial aero-engine and the Victa prototype lawnmower ...

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Lawrence Hall, a boat engine builder, invented a rotary blade lawn-mower to cut his parents lawn in 1948. His 'Mowhall' had blades mounted onto a plough disc ...

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Mar 28, 2013 ... http://victalawnmowers.com- Operating victa lawn mowers is simple as compared to other brands. Maintenance of the lawn can be done at ...

www.nationalgeographic.com.au/videos/aussie-icons/the-victa-lawn-mower-4386.aspx

Turning grass into lawn was the motto of successful Aussie lawn mower company Victa. Having sold 8 million mowers to this day we trace back to its Aussie ...

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The Victa lawnmower story began in a shed in Sydney, back in 1952, with a peach can, billycart wheels and a few scraps of metal. Victa Mowers is now a ...

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n 1952, Mervyn Victor Richardson made the first lightweight petrol driven lawnmower in his home at Brays Road, Concord, Sydney.

www.victa.com/au/en_au/about-us.html

Victa is an iconic Australian brand with a history spanning more than 65 years, ... with an entire routine dedicated to the Victa lawnmower during the opening ...