The Nunotani Keiki Seisakusho Aluminum Electric Engine Telegraph which was made in Amagasaki, Japan played a crucial role onboard a ship. It served as a vital link between the bridge or pilothouse and the engine room, ensuring seamless communication. We’ve salvaged this genuine Engine Order Telegraph from a scrapped vessel.
It is made out of Aluminum and has a round rubber handle on top. The face has some color on the words but looks to have faded a bit. Whether you’re a dedicated nautical enthusiast or just looking for an extraordinary conversation starter, it’s poised to become a standout addition to your collection.
However, it’s important to note that the internal bell no longer rings.
Height Without Handle: 39 1/2″
With Handle: 44 1/2″
Face Diameter: 14″
Base Diameter: 14″ – 6 Mounting Holes
Weight: 81 lbs.