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The Great War and WWII [1850-1980]
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WWII SIGNAL LAMP
Morse signalling lamp with a very narrow beam and a Morse key unit which can be mounted on a Helios tripod, like Item A1450, or staked in the ground.
For night time use filters are provided, also an aperture plate to reduce the light output.
The first time this model was produced was during the fist World War designed by George Lucas.
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- I have two of these sets, and use them every year to demonstrate Morse signalling to Scouts at the annual Jamboree On The Air. I also have a small number of spare bulbs, which are becoming as rare as hens' teeth.
.......... Phil Harris G4SPZ, Bewdley, UK, 16th of October 2011
- Hi - great to see this listed. I have one with all accessories and war-release leaflets. I got is as a boy and have kept it ever since.
.......... John Jones, Northampton, 26th of February 2011
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