This fantastic piece is an Authentic Chadburn Engine Order Telegraph, produced in Troy, New York.
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 salvaged engine order telegraph measures 46.5 inches tall. The base mount is about 11 inches wide and has six mount holes. The telegraph weighs 95 pounds.
The side panel is missing the original glass that came with this telegraph. The telegraph is in working condition but could be adjusted to perform 100% functional.
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