Morse Keys from Japan.

モールス電信

 

This page contains my Morse key collection and other objects that have a connection with the Morse Code.


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Japan - Famous Navy key. Type No2 MK II. Made by Maitsuru Navy factory. Has Navy mark.

Shosa 16 = 1941.


Hayakawa Training Key.

 Any additional information will be welcome.


Hi-Mound collection.

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Japan - Katsumi Message Keyer MK-1024. Electronic Keyer with programmable memory. Early 1960s

Katsumi Message Keyer MK-1024. Electronic Keyer with programmable memory. Early 1960s.

Japan - Katsumi Message Keyer MK-1024. Electronic Keyer with programmable memory. Early 1960s.


Japan - key with roller bearings.


Japan - Training key.


Japan - Practice key and buzzer.


Japan - Sato Key.


Japan - Sharp key. Circa 1933.

Hayakawa Later Changed the Company Name to Sharp.

The Symbol of the Fist Around the "T" Represented His First Name Tokuji.

Japan - Sharp key. ~ 1933. Hayakawa Electric. No. 1100.


This Japanese key was attached to WW2 aircraft radio Model 99 Tobi Mk3. This type of telegraph key was also used with radio sets in WW2 Japanese Army bombers and transport planes.

This Japanese key was attached to WW2 aircraft radio Model 99 Tobi Mk3. This type of telegraph key was also used with radio sets in WW2 Japanese Army bombers and transport planes.


JRC lifeboat 500 kc transceiver.
All information about this device are welcome.


Japan - Toy. Tri Signal Telegraph Set.


Please note: the images on these sites show my own Morse keys and devices.

They may only be used for private purposes with reference to my site. (Source reference)