Transmitting keys for Five-needle telegraph, 1837-1846

Made:
1837-1846 in England
maker:
William Fothergill Cooke
and
CHARLES WHEATSTONE
Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and One of two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys, c. 1837

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Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and
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Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and
King's College, London| Enquiries to Science Museum, London
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and
King's College, London| Enquiries to Science Museum, London
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

One of two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys, c. 1837
King's College, London| Enquiries to Science Museum, London
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Two 5-needle telegraph transmitting keys for Cooke and Wheatstone's 5-needle telegraph, unknown maker, England, 1837-1846.

Details

Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
1963-214
Materials:
metal (unknown) and wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall: 60 mm x 130 mm x 190 mm, .92 kg
type:
telegraph
credit:
Lent by King's College London