Dutch & Belgian Keys

 

Many of these Dutch keys are from the collection of Jan, PA3EGH. He has a great website featuring many unusual keys from the Netherlands as well as from other countries. A link to his website can be found here.

(Click on the pictures below to see larger versions of the photo)

 

Early Dutch Camelback Key Made by the Caminada Brothers, Italian Instrument Makers Who Emigrated to Holland (IZ0KRC Collection) Another View of the Caminada Camelback Close-up of Caminada Name Dutch Postal Key
Early Dutch PTT Key, Ca. 1867 Another Early Dutch PTT Key Dutch PTT Key, Ca. 1900 An Dutch Camelback Key of Unusual Design. Maker Unknown
Dutch Camelback Key. Maker Unknown. (PA3EYM Collection) Another Unknown Maker Dutch Camelback Another View of the Dutch Camelback A Later Key by Caminada, Rotterdam
An Unusual Oval-Based Key by Caminada. Looks a lot like an American Key. (Ruud Van Harskamp Collection) Close-Up of the Caminada Name Dutch Double Current Key Gerard Belgian Postal Key. Uses Knife-Edge Pivot Like the American "Victor" Key.
Dutch Postal Key Marked "Ridderhof & VanDijk, Zeist" Dutch Army "Sinus" Key by Ridderhof & Van Dijk, Zeist. Ca. 1920 Close-Up of the "Sinus" Marking Another "Sinus" Key. The Lower Contact Strips are Elevated From the Base to Eliminate the Contact Noise
A Later Key by "Sinus" -Ridderhof & Van Dijk Dutch Key-Maker Unknown Another Dutch Key-Maker Unknown A Third Dutch Key-Maker Unknown
A Fourth Dutch Key-Maker Unknown Dutch Key Made by W. Zweverink Royal Netherlands Army Signal Corps Training Key Key Made by N.S.F. Nederlandsche Seintoestellen Fabriek (Dutch Signal Equipment Factory)
N.S.F. Keys With the Covers Removed Another N.S.F. Key One More N.S.F. Key N.S.F. Key With the Cover Removed
   
  Key Used by Dutch Coastal Station PCH Dutch Royal Air Force Key  

 

 

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