Heavy solid brass ship's engine room telegraph with enameled faceplate. Commands are "ahead" and "astern", "full", "ahead", "slow", and "finished with engine." Also marked with maker's name
"BRELCO 55 VANDAM ST. NEW YORK" . Brelco operated on Vandam St. until roughly 1945.
Very loud bell in order to be heard in the engine room.
Overall Dimensions: Face diameter: 17"
Solid brass highly polished and lacquered ship's engine room telegraph mounted onto a thick mahogany backboard. Unit rings loudly. Porcelain faceplate from Bendix of Brooklyn New York. Circa 1940. Overall...
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