Chadburns telegraph with brass housing, porcelain face plates with standard commands engraved. Brass handle swings 340 or so degrees. Chadburns of Liverpool badge affixed to top, mounted on a wooden base with carved rope detail.
Dimensions: 21" H (from bottom of wood base to top) x 6.5" face diameter
Chadburns began as and optics and instrument maker in the 1700s.
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