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My German BUZZER

Article about: by don_kihotis7 Congrats Ingrid Thanks mate! Regards

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    Quote by Wim View Post
    Yes, I have the exact same telegraph key With a cable attached and the same eagle stamp.
    Please show.

    Regards

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    Here you go:
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    Thanks everyone!

    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Very nice key - and also good to see a Waffenamt mark inside.

    Is it made of Bakelite or plastic.........?
    It's made of bakelite and pertinax.
    Baumuster T 1 (Basisplatte Pertinax)

    Regards

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    Cool Ingrid!

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    Very nice morse key, Wim! Thanks for showing.

    Quote by Sebastian View Post
    Cool Ingrid!
    Thanks mate!

    Regards

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    hi, got one the same in a military auction many years ago the story goes that it was found in a box brand new stocked with a load of them copleat with lead and plug, a great peace of equipment if i say so my self, well done

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    Nice gear from an electricians point of view.

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    Thanks everyone!

    Regards

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Very nice key - and also good to see a Waffenamt mark inside.

    Is it made of Bakelite or plastic.........?
    Just for the sake of accuracy (and apologies as this is just one of those little things that nags at me), Bakelite is actually a plastic. Plastic is a general term for a whole range of mouldable materials, whereas Bakelite is a trade name for one specific type, namely, poly-oxy-benzyl-methylenglycol-anhydride

    Rob

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    Congrats Ingrid
    I almost got a KM one a few months ago but i was a little late
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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