Ideal Codigraph enciphering machine

Made:
1909-1910 in France

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Ideal Codigraph enciphering machine, invented by Charles Durand, Ste Adresse, near Le Havre, France and made by Baveux Freres, St Nicolas d'Aliermont Seine Inferieure, France, c.1910.

Details

Category:
Mathematics
Object Number:
2001-775
Materials:
brass, completed, steel and wood
type:
cipher machines
credit:
Squire, Desmond