Morse Keys from U.S.A.

 

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

Any comments or information about the keys are welcome!


This Franklin Mint 150th Anniversary California Gold Rush Telegraph Station is the
precision-engineered reproduction of the original,

precious artifact housed in the Autry Museum of Western Heritage.

This telegraph is crafted with copper plated coils as well as plain coronet components.

The platform has a plaque with Samuel Morse's codes.

The wooden base has the coronet nameplate that reads: 150th Anniversary Gold Rush Telegraph Station.

 TNX Bertus PA9AM.


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J.H. Bunnell & CO New york U.S.A.

The Double Speed Telegraph Key. DSK. Style W. 1904.

Sideswiper / Cootie key.


A Pole Changer Key. (Polarity Changing Key). Marked Polechanger Key 1-B W.U. TEL.CO.  Made by Pies Electric Works Chicago.

U.S.A. A Pole Changer Key. (Polarity Changing Key). Marked Polechanger Key 1-B W.U. TEL.CO.

Made by Pies Electric Works Chicago.


Bencher RJ1.

U.S.A. Bencher RJ1.


CLT-26012A. Made by Lundquist Tool. Navy Key.

U.S.A. CLT-26012A. Made by Lundquist Tool. Navy Key. This key is mounted on an oval bakelite base with a slot in the left side for the insertion of a wedge connector for a bug.


 Ham-Key model HK-3M

U.S.A. Ham-Key model HK-3M classic straight key. From 1975 to 1985.


Flameproof  Keys.

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Flameproof  Keys.

The contacts are totally enclosed allowing it to be used in explosive environments.


J-37 Made by JFC. ELEX ING. 27594

U.S.A. J-37 Made by JFC. ELEX ING. 27594  Production 1915 - 1945.


J-37 Made by Winslow Tele-Tronics Inc. 66150.

U.S.A. J-37 Made by Winslow Tele-Tronics Inc. 66150.


J-38 Key Signal Corps. Made by American Radio Hardware Co Inc. New York.

U.S.A. J-38 Key Signal Corps. Made by American Radio Hardware Co Inc. New York.


U.S.A. J-38 Key. The all white metal type J-38.


U.S.A. J-38 Military Key. These were made in large numbers by many different manufacturers.


J-38 Signal Corps U.S. Army.  Made by The Lionel Corporation New York. N.Y.

U.S.A. J-38 Signal Corps U.S. Army.

Made by The Lionel Corporation New York. N.Y.


J-44 Used with SCR-178 and SCR-179 (BC-187) Radio sets.

U.S.A. J-44 Used with SCR-178 and SCR-179 (BC-187) Radio sets.

With a switch for voice or telegraph modes.  Made by E.F. Johnson Co.


U.S.A. J-45 Military Key with a leg clamp.

Black and green colour.


U.S.A. J-47 Key Desktop and Leg Clamp.


KY-116 U Military Key with a leg clamp.  Marked Winslow Tele-Tronics inc 66150.

U.S.A. KY-116 U Military Key with a leg clamp.

Marked Winslow Tele-Tronics inc 66150.


 Military key model J-48 A was mounted on the flip-open front panel of the BC-654 portable and mobile radio sets. WWI

U.S.A Military key model J-48 A was mounted on the flip-open front panel of the BC-654 portable and mobile radio sets. WWII.

Radio set SCR284-bc654. With Key J-48A.


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Bug keyer.

Bug Keyer.


Made by J.H.Bunnell & Co. New York. Patented Circa 1881.

U.S.A. Made by J.H.Bunnell & Co. New York. Patented Circa 1881.


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K.O.B. Key On Board.

K.O.B. Key On Board.


Made by J.H.Bunnell & Co.Newyork. Key and Plug Assembly No 9.

U.S.A. Made by J.H.Bunnell & Co.Newyork. Key and Plug Assembly No 9. Leg Mounted Key.

Production 1920 - 1945.

Made by J.H.Bunnell & Co.Newyork.


Made by Leeds & Northrup Co Philadelphia.

U.S.A. Made by Leeds & Northrup Co Philadelphia.


U.S.A. MFJ  Morse keyboard keyer and MFJ Electronic Keyer. With Bencher paddle.


U.S.A. Military Light Signalling Key.


Mini key Made by J.H. Bunnell for the Western Electric Company.

It was made by J. H. Bunnell Co. for Western Electric Company. It is about 5cm long and it was used in telegraphy test gear in a group of four for meter bridge testing.

With homemade wooden baseplate.


U.S.A. Novelty Key Desk Stapper.

Nicely gold-plated stapler made into a surprisingly accurate copy of a pole-changer key.

It was manufactured by Hugo H Rousseau & Sons in San Francisco.


Nye Viking Company. Model 330 Master key.

U.S.A. Nye Viking Company. Model 330 Master key.


 MRS-100 Morse code transceiver.

I want more information about this device.

Xitex corp operaton manuel MRS-100 Morse transceiver.


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Service buzzer Signal Corps U.S. Army Model 1914.


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U.S.A. Signal Corps Morse Code Training Set AN-GSC-T1. Mc Elroy MFG. Corp. 1939 - 1945.

Used in the Netherlands. This training set is fully working.


Corps U.S. Army.  Keyer TG-34-B.

Signal Corps U.S. Army. Keyer TG-34-B.

The keyer uses a photocell and lamp to read a printed ink line on the paper tape and generate the code characters. The signal is then monitored with headphones or the built in speaker.


U.S.A. Signal Corps Telegraph set TG-5-B. Made by The Winslow Company. Inside is a J-41-A Key.

These sets are fully functional.


Signal Electric MFG. Co. Menominee, Mich

U.S.A. Signal Electric MFG. Co. Menominee, Mich. Circa 1920.


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Signatone classroom model No. 4301  Complete with Tube.

Insuline corporation of America.


 Sounder. 3C 140 Ohm.  Made by Western Electr

U.S.A. Sounder. 3C 140 Ohm.  Made by Western Electric.


Sounder. W.U. TEL. CO. Main line sounder 15B. 120-Ohm.

U.S.A. Sounder. W.U. TEL. CO. Main line sounder 15B. 120-Ohm.

The lever is stamped Western Electric Co. patent applied for.

There are two New York Repair Shop (N.Y.R.S.) inspection stamps.


J.H. Bunnel Telegraph Relay.

J.H. Bunnel Telegraph Relay. 1845 / 1881. Mainline Relay - 150 Ω Coils. Missing parts.


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Speed-X Key.


The Alden Key. The key is a modified J-37

U.S.A. The Alden Key. The key is a modified J-37 with the knurled lever set nuts moved internally to the frame to reduce width to meet the overall width requirements of the Key.

The Alden Key. The key is a modified J-37

U.S.A. The Alden Key. The key is a modified J-37 with the knurled lever set nuts moved internally to the frame to reduce width to meet the overall width requirements of the Key.


U.S.A. The key was mounted and used on a TG-30 Telegraph-Teletype writer terminal set.


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Light, traffic, Aircraft. Model 975.


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I have an poster from Mc Elroy Chart of codes and signals.


Practice set. Fleron Signaler Made by M.M.Fleron & Son. Inc. Mfrs. Trenton NY.

U.S.A. Practice set. Fleron Signaler Made by M.M.Fleron & Son. Inc. Mfrs. Trenton NY.


 Practice set. Fleron Signaler Made by M.M.Fleron & Son.

Training sleutel.. Fleron Signaler Made by M.M.Fleron & Son.


Practice set.  Brumberger Codemaster Signal Set.

U.S.A. Training sleutel.  Brumberger Codemaster Signaal Set.


 Practice set. Key Western Union.  Standard Radio Telegraph set

U.S.A. Training key. Key Western Union.  Standard Radio Telegraph set 1940.


Practice set. With signal lamp.

Training key. With signal lamp.


Morse Code Practice. Electronic Hobby Assembly Kits.

Toy. Morse Code Practice. Electronic Hobby Assembly Kits.

 TNX Anton PA3AQV.


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

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