Jokey #041-10 is intended to be a replica of the Finnish State Railroads (VR) standard key (See K9 to the right). The baseboard is temporary only for the delivery to the original buyer.
A Finnish State Railroads (VR) key, serial # 75417. Petersburg before 1914 (or maybe as a copy at the VR Elecrical workshop). Has "RMO 160-11" (inventory mark) etched on the arm.
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The aluminium casing and the knob are not original. Siemens & Halske key (probably a Finnish copy, see K9 and K64) for training of ships' operators at Rauman Merenkulkuopisto (RMO). Morsetaste model K 40 - VEB KFZ-Bedarf Leipzig, DDR.
USSR 3TA (TKF) bakelite key, "OTK 123" approval stamp inside. Key originally used in field telephone sets to mark end of call/free line. Identical to their model K 64, without cable and plug.
Svenska Radioaktiebolaget (SRA) key from OT SM2JKI (SK) dissolving. TX/RX switch on top and a four prong rubber moulded "toothbrush" connector.
Used by the Swedish armed forces and commercial services. Finnish Armed Forces key, marked "Puolustuslaitos".
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Works on two C-cells (3 V) and produces buzz or light when keyed.