TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENTS OF EUROPE

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Second part of Belgian isolators. 4

Replica of the very first telephone (patent model) of Graham Bell in 1876. 3

Typical British "Key On Board" with a Walters key (1917). 3

A nice and old two valve Marconi amplifier: the A2. 4

A nice and good working induction coil. 2

This is a register by Siemens Brothers (London). 3

The AG1 amplifier by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company. 3

The TG2 tuner by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company. 3

Two small Marconi boxes. 7-3

A typical Marconi variable condenser from the early days. 3

Another model of a Baudot printing telegraph. 4

This "breadboard" must be one of the very first radios made by the Belgian SBR company. 4

A pretty Swedish galvanometer by Ă–ller. 6

This Omnigraph has 15 disks and each disk can be segmented. 2

A relay box by J.H. Bunnell (thank you Tim!). 7

A nice old tape rewinder. 2

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