This is an Authentic Bendix Marine Engine Order Telegraph. This is an authentic ship’s Engine Order Telegraph. This telegraph was used for communication between the bridge or pilothouse and the engine control room. Perfect for the collector or as a unique conversation piece. This telegraph is mounted on a beautiful piece of teak wood.
Bendix was an American manufacturing and engineering company that existed from 1924 to 1983. They specialized in automotive and avian engineering/manufacturing. During World War 2, Bendix was contracted to supply Engine Order Telegraphs to the Navy. We found a snippet for a marine sales paper from 1946.
**The bell on the inside is currently not operating**
Wooden Base: 20″ x 24″ x 2.75″
Diameter Face: 12″
Base: 5 holes
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