Cooke and Wheatstone five-needle telegraph

Made:
1837 in England
inventor:
William Fothergill Cooke
and
CHARLES WHEATSTONE

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Cooke and Wheatstone's earliest (five-needle) telegraph, England, 1837.
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Cooke and Wheatstone's earliest (five-needle) telegraph, England, 1837.

Cooke and Wheatstone's earliest (five-needle) telegraph, 1837

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Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
1876-1272
type:
telegraphs
credit:
HM Postmaster General
status:
Permanent collection

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