Teleprinter [Creed]

Creed and Company Limited, Manufacturer

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Maker and Role
Creed and Company Limited, Manufacturer
Production Date
Point to point telegraph/teleprinter used for flight control civil aviation, weather reporting, Metal casing that has been painted silver/grey, has curved body that slopes up from front to back. Has four rubber feet that lift case off desk. Clear plastic top over printer. Includes tape perforator on left.
Small metal shelf over keyboard (for holding paper/object that was being typed) - open hole where missing part of case under shelf. Keyboard is open with visible metal arms attaching keys to machine, keys are dark blue, arms have been painted black. QWERTY Keyboard.
Hinged opening in casing on right side of keyboard that has makers badge attached "Creed".
Makers plate "Creed & Co. Ltd. / BRIGHTON, ENGLAND / MODEL NO SERIAL NO / 54/N3 / 8647 / ... / MADE IN ENGLAND" "882"
Processed Material/Metal
Signature/Marks and Type
Creed Maker's Mark
Creed & Co. Ltd. / BRIGHTON, ENGLAND / MODEL NO SERIAL NO / 54/N3 / 8647 / ... / MADE IN ENGLAND Maker's Mark
882 Maker's Number
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Credit Line
Creed and Company Limited. 1954. Teleprinter [Creed], 2015.9. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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