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This is the mechanism of a Breguet ABC telegraph. No wonder that the main mechanism is a nice clockwork as Louis Breguet belonged to the famous Breguet clockmaker family. 6

Detailed view of the Breguet ABC telegraph.

French Telegraphe Municipale with all the elements of a complete station in a transportable (and very heavy) case. 3

Two statues, one for Telegraphy, the other for Telephony. 3

Two self-winding Stocktickers 1C manufactured by T.A. Edison Company. The base of the one on the right is not common. 4-5

The other side of the two T.A. Edison Stocktickers. 4-5

Five variations of Post Office double-current keys. 1-3-5

Eight different large GPO keys. 4-5

So called "Baseboards" (simplex & duplex) used by the British army. It has a sounder by ATM, a GPO double current key, a Silvertown relay, a galvanometer by Record Elec., and a switch by S & M. In addition there is an ATM rheostat that is interchangeable (sliding in/out) with the sounder. 5

Test bridge made by Silvertown. 1

European camelback key #1. 4

European camelback key #2. 7

European camelback key #3. 4

European camelback key #4. 7

Didactical panel explaining the function of a Morse ink register. 8

Toy single needle telegraph marked Volk's Model Telegraph. 4

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