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GAMAGES MORSE KIT AND BUZZER, 1940's

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GAMAGES MORSE KIT AND BUZZER, 1940's

Bought as a toy for youngsters and adults to learn or practice Morse.
With two units connected it was possible to send and receive simultaneously,
also provided was a lamp for sending signals without any wires.

Your comments:

  • I found a similar key to this in a brick-aback shop in Morecambe many years ago. It was on under a table covered with assorted rubbish.

    My key differs from the key shown her only in that the light was sited in the end of the box with a green glass cut lens. access to the bulb for replacement was under a sliding wooden plate which slid out to replace the battery.

    I would be interested to learn more about my key year of manufacturer and which company made it.
    .......... Brian Watson, Morecambe, 28th of July 2010

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