Union Army Cipher Disk Us Civil War Flag Or Telegraph
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- A precision laser engraved wood version of this famous cipher which was used for the encryption of messages of the Union Army during the American Civi..
A precision laser engraved wood version of this famous cipher which was used for the encryption of messages of the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861-1865). It was a system primarily used for flag signals where there was a line of sight or for encrypted morse code messages. Note each disk has a unique serial number as was used in the original wheels. Instructions for use are included. The letters A.J.M on the disk are for Albert J Myer, the inventor and Chief Signal Officer of the Union Army. His system was called Flag Telegraphy or Wigwag. Made in USA by Creative Crafthouse
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|Manufacturer Recommended Age||12 years and up|
|Quantity Available in Stock||23|
|Dimensions of Package||4.4 x 4.4 x 1.2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||etp-B00MHWZKHM-1151|
|Amazon ASIN Code||B00MHWZKHM|