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The Double Needle Telegraph by Cooke and Wheatstone (circa 1840) is an exceptional and historic telegraph. This predated Morse's 1844 telegraph by several years, and arrived soon after the original 5 needle telegraph of 1837/1838. This was the very first electrical telegraph in Belgium (1845-1846). 8

The back of the Double Needle Telegraph. 8

Nobili-type galvanometer by Otto Settele (Germany). 4

Swiss Morse register (with spare paperwheel) by Hasler, Bern. 7

Siphon-recorder by A.T.M. Co. Ltd. Liverpool, UK. 5

GPO sounder in large resonator. 4

Automatic (Stock)ticker transmitter 10-B by Ford Instruments Comp. Inc. This is an exceptional and rare item. 3

Ticker Keyboard Transmitter Universal 3-A. The central site transmitter of a ticker system. It was capable of driving several independent wires, with each of these wires serving dozens of tickers. 3

Test switches by Sullivan Ltd (London). The special one is a Rymer-Jones key. 1

Wheatstone rapid telegraph ensemble with puncher, paper tape reader, and Morse printer. 7

Two British railway block bells (one is a gong). 3

Same the previous, but open. Nice keys. 3

A two-needle British railway block telegraph. 4

Three Swedish keys. 7-6

Replica, made by my good friend the late Denis Asseman, of the Televisor designed and made by Logie Baird (with a Nipkov disk). London late 1920s. 3

Inside (back) of the Televisor. 3

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